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Measures included in the 2013 Budget have impacts upon the coal and Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industries both directly and indirectly.
The Federal Budget announced that land sector activities such as cropland management, grazing land management and revegetation will be included in Australia’s Kyoto Pro... Read More
The renewables field has been subjected to a trimming and reshaping, with $370 million of project finance for ARENA pushed into forward estimates.
Both political parties remain committed to achieving our national emissions reduction target set at 5% of 2000 emissions levels. Under the Gillard Government, the Clean... Read More
Positive news for the manufacturing industry in the Federal Budget was the re-profiling of funding for the popular Clean Technology Investment Program (CTIP), which provides ... Read More
Jonathan Jutsen, arguably Australia's leading energy efficiency expert, has provided the following comments on the Federal Budget's announcements about the ... Read More
The carbon-inclusive vs. carbon exclusive contract dilemma.
The Energy Efficiency Opportunities team have just completed a review of their performance during the first five years (“the first cycle”) of the program and... Read More
Energy management and reporting for the mining sector: enter your data once to get reconcilable data and generate energy and carbon usage reports that you can easily drill do... Read More
As the fallout from Labor's leadership spill continues, senior ministers have resigned, others have been promoted and whole departments have disappeared. Or they have bee... Read More