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It’s hoped new PM Anthony Albanese’s Labor government will usher in the investment certainty long missing in the Australian renewables market.
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From renewables to energy storage to carbon management, our Energy Transition report covers it all and a lot more. Senior special projects editor James Linacre, provides a glimpse into the 152-page supplement.
Supply chain
Supply chain issues in a post-pandemic world are stalling the energy transition and causing significant cost overruns on infrastructure projects.
‘It should be the first lever pulled in any carbon reduction efforts’ but continues to be overlooked by both the private and public sectors.
Internet security
Recent SEC proposals on cybersecurity will mean private equity firms must improve how they address cyber-threats.
people
The manager’s permanent capital approach undergoes its biggest test in what could end up being one of the largest takeovers of all time.
The Australian government’s willingness to undercut the Chinese-owned asset by funding upgraded port facilities nearby shows a lack of joined-up thinking.
The reversal of a landmark policy by the US energy regulator is a missed opportunity for gas as a transition fuel.
Russia’s war on Ukraine casts a shadow on the conference, prompting widespread discussion of its impact on the energy transition and ESG.
Australia threaten
A Grattan Institute report argues that Australian federal governments must do better when allocating funds for transport infrastructure projects, with too much currently allocated to small schemes in marginal seats.
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