A bipartisan plan to become a renewable superpower
The NSW government will drive the transition to renewable energy by attracting $32 billion of private investment in infrastructure, delivering thousands of jobs and among the cheapest and most reliable electricity in the world.
This is a big productivity reform, with the road map projected to deliver NSW some of the cheapest energy prices in the OECD and shore up energy security.
South Australia - 20 years ago relied totally on fossil fuel generated energy. Now in 2021 it has 60% renewables. "South Australia shows how good public policy can enable dramatic
emissions reduction, even in a privately owned electricity system". It is a model that the rest of Australia and the world can learn from. "As the transition progressed, the state’s largest coal generator, at
Port Augusta, was wound back and eventually closed. To help workers and
the town adjust, the state government supported employment alternatives".https://theconversation.com/against-the-odds-south-australia-is-a-renewable-energy-powerhouse-how-on-earth-did-they-do-it-153789
Pro-actively detecting Methane leaks in existing O&G and energy infrastructure and eliminate those leaks will be one crucial short-term activity we want to see across the world's main emitters.Our company had invested in a start up Kairos Aerospace that is doing just that - please drop me a line if you are interested in deploying aerial methane detection in your area/infrastructure and I will be happy to connect you with those guys.http://kairosaerospace.com/society-of-petroleum-engineers-published-pioneer-natural-resources-case-study/Click here to read the full case study: