A new bulletin from Frontier Economics looks at wind and solar electricity generation in the NEM and analyses the implications for supply diversity.
This bulletin from Frontier Economics examines wind and solar generation in the National Electricity Market, with focus on the implications for supply diversity.
Infrastructure Australia's 2020 priority list has been released, and includes South Creek integrated land use and water cycle management as a priority.
This briefing from Frontier Economics reviews the forecasts made by Scientific American in a 1990 special edition, Energy for Planet Earth and looks at primary energy demand.
This briefing from Frontier Economics examines global coal fired generator emissions during the period 1904 to 2050 from an annual and cumulative perspective.
Frontier Economics has moved into new offices in Singapore. This is effective from 6 January 2020.