Australia’s energy industry is set to change more in the next 10 years than it has in the past 100
The transition from a system dominated by coal-fired generation to a greener energy mix is fundamental.
Getting there will mean significant regulatory and policy reform, technology advances, private capital investment, and an overhaul of the network infrastructure that underpins the system.
These changes pose both opportunities and challenges for all the players involved – from large energy consumers and power producers, to infrastructure owners and developers, to private capital investors. Governments, too, are examining how best to incentivise accelerating the transition, while managing the risks inherent in a change of this scale.