Selected papers and presentations - other

No CCS - No 2°C - presented by the Global CCS Institute (June 2014)


pdfDownload this presentation delivered to the Globl CCS Institute Australia Members' Meeting by its CEO, Brad Page.  Other relevant CCS materials are available from its website at


Energy Research Partnership, UK - Engaging the public in the transformation of the energy system (May 2014)

This report explores the strategic importance of engaging with the public and the need for those involved in commissioning it, including in government and the private sector, to use it to improve decision making in the delivering of the energy transition.  The value of understanding the public's point of view through good, early engagement is emphasised and a structure for engagement is set out with some basic principles to improve the outcomes.

pdfDownload the full report.

Minister for Resources & Energy speech to AIE luncheon (September 2012)

The Minister for Resources and Energy, the Hon Martin Ferguson AM MP, addressed the Australian Insitute of Energy (South Australian branch) luncheon on 7 September 2012.  Click here to download his presentation.

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EPIA Policy Position on the Finkel Review - Supporting an Orderly Transition Plan and an Independent Energy Security Board

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The Institute’s submission to the COAG Energy Council, August 2016.

Policy Papers

Public Policy Paper 3/2017: What are the full system costs of renewable energy?

pdfClick here to view this paper by Stephen Wilson, Cape Otway Associates


Public Policy Papers: A compendium of Key Points (to May 2017) 

Since May 2013 the Institute has published seventeen Public Policy Papers.

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Public Policy Papers : A Compendium of Key Points (Aug 2016)

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Since May 2013 the Institute has published twelve Public Policy Papers.

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