To support Australia’s sustainable development and future prosperity, ATSE believes that Australia must move to low emission energy systems that are affordable, secure and reliable.
Australia has a major new industry opportunity in the production and supply of sustainable liquid fuels for the aviation and marine sectors, while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In a lower GHG environment, it also has diverse opportunities in low-emissions electricity generation technologies and the management of intensely distributed electricity systems.
Energy storage may play a transformative role in Australia's transition to a low-carbon economy over the coming decade and beyond.
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Australia needs a credible, scalable, national climate change policy to reduce power sector emissions in line with its set targets, before it then addresses much-needed energy market reform
Small modular nuclear reactors could be ideal for regional centres in Australia. They could provide electricity, water desalination, process heat, and hydrogen for our clean energy future
ATSE NSW Division held a one-day symposium on 8 November 2016 on the future of electricity generation and in particular, the transition away from coal in a carbon constrained environment
Australian governments and the private sector should be making big decisions for a sustainable energy economy, enabling a new economic base and attracting international energy investors
Something as simple as improved battery storage in Australian solar powered homes, linked through smart software, could stabilise the Australian energy network.
With the need for significant new renewable electricity generation to meet greenhouse gas emission targets, it’s time for Australia’s policymakers to better integrate climate change and energy policy
ATSE urges the governments of Victoria and the Northern Territory to rely on scientific evidence in their approaches to natural gas exploration and production in their jurisdictions
ATSE supports a national approach to the conduct of unconventional gas mining; however regulations must be able to respond to the different levels of risk in different plays
ATSE's submission addresses the SA Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission's Tentative Findings
Sound policies and public acceptance are the keys to seeking and producing unconventional gas in Australia, says ATSE
Sound policies and public acceptance, based on fact – not fear – are key to balancing prosperity and environment
Best practice and community support hold the
keys to environmentally responsible and
socially beneficial unconventional gas
Australia must embrace energy sector change as soon as possible to realise its competitive advantage in solar photovoltaics
Enhancing Australia's prosperity through technology and innovation