The future security of the national electricity market requires that all generators, especially intermittent generators to directly bear the costs that they impose on the power system. BAEconomics has provided an approach that would ensure that this condition is met.
Paper prepared for the Minerals Council of Australia to provide and overview of the range of subsidies for renewable electricity that were applied in Australia in 2015-16.
BAEconomics and University of Queensland research staff jointly present research to the Indonesia Australia Policy Dialogue.
BAE finds that as the production of intermittent generation increases, the costs of integrating intermittent supply increase rapidly.
BAEconomics has built and uses a set of computable general equilibrium models for its work with clients and its independent research. This documentation sets out the general structure of these models.
Robotics, automation and the digital revolution leading the transformation of the mining sector.
BAE finds that plantation development has currently stalled in Australia and in the absence of new investment mechanism for plantations, based on current trends Australia will be increasingly reliant on imports of timber projects to meet the growing demand for domestic consumption.
BAEconomics finds that government regulation of iron ore exports would reduce Australia’s export earnings and state government iron ore royalties.
BAE commences investigation of the role of ‘environmental’ goods in trade.
BAE commences investigation of the role of ‘environmental’ goods on trade.
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