Brotherhood of St Laurence

Renewables & rural Australia? : a study of community experiences in Renewable Energy Zones in NSW and the case for more equity and coordination of the clean energy transformation / Dan Cass ; Linda Connor ; Riikka Heikkinen et al. (Australia Institute)

By: Cass, Dan | Australia Institute
Contributor(s): Connor, Linda | Heikkinen, Riikka | University of Sydney. Sydney Environment Institute
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute, 2022Description: 98 p. : ill. (Online Resource)ISBN: 1836-9014Subject(s): Renewable Energy Sources | Energy industries | Electricity | Rural Development | Environmental ImpactOnline Resources: Website
List(s) this item appears in: New Book List 2022
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This report presents the first significant analysis of the spatial aspect of the energy transition in Australia. It presents from social research findings based in communities that will host Australia’s billions of dollars worth of new electricity infrastructure as a result of REZ policy. This was our pilot study focused on just two areas in New South Wales as case studies: Central-West Orana and New England. These areas were chosen because they will be the first two REZs developed in Australia. A future study could survey communities in REZs across the National Electricity Market (NEM). June 2022 A report by the Sydney Environment Institute and Australia Institute. Author: Dan Cass ; Linda Connor ; Riikka Heikkinen ; Rebecca Pearse

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