Design limitations in Australian renewable electricity policies
Renewable electricity is pivotal to the medium and long-term reduction of Australia’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, if deep cuts in them are eventually implemented. This paper examines the effectiveness of the principal existing policies that could potentially promote the expansion of renewable electricity (RElec) in Australia: the expanded Renewable Energy Target (RET); the proposed emissions trading scheme (ETS); and the state and territory based feed-in tariffs. We find the effectiveness...[Show more]
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|Source:||Energy Policy 38.7 (2010) 3365–3376|
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