Plans for Australia to become a renewable energy exporting superpower

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Making Australia a renewable energy exporting superpower The Conversation Roger Dargaville, Senior lecturer, Monash University, Changlong Wang, Researcher, The Energy Transition Hub, University of Melbourne, Scott Hamilton, Strategic Advisory Panel Member
December 5, 2018  Politicians around Australia are proposing ambitious plans to export renewable energy from Australia, using high-voltage power lines laid under the oceans.But will this work? Our research is investigating the economic and environmental case for Australia to become an Asian energy superpower.

Our recent study, which will be presented on December 11 at the UN Climate Change Conference, models electricity generation and demand – as well as the cost of augmenting and extending transmission infrastructure. We found a transmission network connecting Australia to Indonesia could help both nations achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2050.

This is in line with a UN push for more global power connections. Exporting clean power from countries with…

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