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Study on Australia\'s Energy trends and its future

Study on Australia\'s Energy trends and its future

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Asia Energy Mix
    • Coal
    • Oil
    • Natural Gas
    • Hydro
    • Nuclear
    • Renewable Energy
  • 3. Australia Energy Consumption
    • Black Coal
    • Brown Coal
    • Natural Gas
    • Oil
    • Renewables
  • 4. Australia’s Energy Policy
    • Australia’s Government energy policy has
    • established three primary objectives :-
    • The provision of a efficient and reliable energy service
    • Responsible development of natural resources and technology
    • Reduce effects of global environmental impacts
  • 5. Australia’s Energy Policy
    • Minimum Renewable Energy Target of 20% in 2020
    • Emissions Trading in 2010
  • 6. Energy Efficiency in Australia
    • Australia’s energy intensity decreases 1.1% annually
    • Its performance lags other developed nations.
  • 7. Energy Efficiency in Australia
    • Its energy intensity improvement for manufacturing sector is the lowest
  • 8. Energy Efficiency in Australia
    • For Residential and Commercial sectors :-
    • Improve market signals and arrangement for demand side management (DSM)
    • Have minimum standards for used appliances (MEPS)
    • Providing information on energy performance of buildings
    • Disclosing energy performance information in leases and sales agreements
    • Australian Building Greenhouse Rating Scheme (ABGRS)
  • 9. Energy Efficiency in Australia
    • For Transport sector :-
    • National Average Fuel Consumption agreement for car industry
    • Reform of the fuel excise system
    • Travel Demand Management (TDM) programme
  • 10. Energy Efficiency in Australia
    • For Industrial sector :-
    • Mandatory Energy Efficiency Opportunity Assessment ( for large energy users (>0.5 petajoules per annum)
    • Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) expanded to include some industrial equipment
    • Businesses with EPA licenses to report their energy usage patterns and strategies in usage reduction and management
  • 11. Energy Efficiency in Australia
    • Promote actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
    • Greater end-user participation through energy reduction activities
    • Energy Efficiency Best Practice (EEBP) programme
  • 12. Conclusion and Recommendations
    • Climate Change will be a big issue as global CO2 emissions will increase 43% by 2035
    • Oil prices will increase in the future.
    • Australia too dependent on oil, coal and gas which contributes the most CO2 although it has good energy security
    • Domestic oil production will decrease more
  • 13. Conclusion and Recommendations
    • Stop building and de-commission existing coal-fired power plants
    • Reduce 50% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2040
    • Promotion of energy efficiency and renewable energy (extend/improve MRET)
    • Transit from high carbon economy to a clean sustainable future
      • Clean Technology will also create new jobs
      • Sustainable development (less dependence on fossil fuels