Policy and The Law

Australia’s energy woes will not be solved by reinforcing a monopoly

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, The Conversation, 23 Aug 2019

Consumers are angry about energy policy that doesn’t add up

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 13 Aug 2018

The NEG is a flagship policy. So why hasn’t the modelling been made public?

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, The Conversation, 31 July 2018

NEG emissions plan is a political fix for a non-problem

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director,The Australian Financial Review, 30 July 2018

Electricity market reform in Australia

 

By Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Published in Forum (Issue 114, June 2018).

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Is the NEG just an EIS in disguise, but with added costs?

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 19 April 2018

Three-wheeling towards a poor energy policy outcome

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 6 April 2018

NEG: A tangled web of electricity regulation

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 16 Feb 2018

NEG is supposed to be better than nothing. But is it?

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 24 Nov 017

NEG will replace electricity markets with Soviet-style state planning

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 25 Oct 2017

Can two clean energy targets break the deadlock of energy and climate policy?

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, The Conversation, 22 Sept 2017

Finkel’s Clean Energy Target plan ‘better than nothing’: economists poll

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, The Conversation, 25 Aug 2017

Emissions intensity scheme – another act in tragic comedy of errors

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 27 Feb 2017

Want electricity reform? Start by giving power back to the states

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, The Conversation, 14 Feb 2017

Grattan’s solar report: The numbers still don’t add up

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 12 June 2015

Grattan got numbers wrong: Solar policies delivered net benefit of $1.2bn

 

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, Renew Economy, 9 June 2015

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