Submission to the Queensland Government’s discussion paper ‘Advancing Queensland climate: Making the transition to a low carbon future’

Bell, William Paul (2016) Submission to the Queensland Government’s discussion paper ‘Advancing Queensland climate: Making the transition to a low carbon future’. EEMG Working Papers , School of Economics.

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Author Bell, William Paul
Title Submission to the Queensland Government’s discussion paper ‘Advancing Queensland climate: Making the transition to a low carbon future’
School, Department or Centre School of Economics
Open Access Status File (Author Post-print)
Series EEMG Working Papers
Publication date 2016-09-02
Total pages 14
Publisher The University of Queensland School of Economics
Language eng
Keyword Australian National Electricity Market
Australia
Climate change adaptation
Climate change mitigation
Renewable energy
Wind power
Policy
Queensland
Additional Notes Recommendations 1. Electricity sector recommendations 1.1 Matching electric water heater demand with solar PV output 1.2 Untying retail customers and solar PV producers 1.3 Improving competition using a five-minute settlement period 1.4 Prioritisation of smart meter deployment 1.5 Enabling higher penetrations of renewable energy in the National Electricity Market 1.6 Knowledge transfer from Korea’s National Smart Grid Roll-out 1.7 Decommissioning schedule for the fossil fuel generation fleet 1.8 Non-financial penalties for retailers that fail to meet their LRET obligations 1.9 Reducing overheads among network service providers 1.10 Increasing competition in the retail and generation sectors 2. Biofuel sector recommendations 2.1 Blending an increasing percentage of biofuels with fossil fuels 2.2 Royal Australian Navy and the US Navy’s GGFI 2.3 Exporting biogas within the existing LNG export infrastructure 3. Mining and resources sector recommendations 3.1 Developing sustainable Government revenue 3.2 Ensuring fossil fuel companies’ trust funds are adequate 3.3 Ensuring transfer of fossil fuel company’s restoration liabilities

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