The Royal Society of Queensland and the TJ Ryan Foundation have combined to produce a submission to the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy’s review of the state’s Electricity Act.
The submission paper encapsulates the proceedings of twin events, jointly convened by the Royal Society and the TJ Ryan Foundation, held in Brisbane in September and October 2017 to workshop the ideas of several leading experts in the field of energy policy and related areas.
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