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News and announcements on the renewable energy market, government policy and planning, funding, community engagement, social licence and transmission.

Luke Osborne talks all things renewables on Energy Insiders Podcast

Listen to the latest Energy Insiders podcast from RenewEconomy with Stride’s Director Luke Osborne, where he discusses large agri-solar developments like Blind Creek Solar Farm, social licence and meaningful community engagement, transmission, flexible industry response to a changing energy market, living on a sixth-generation farm that hosts wind power plus

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Capacity Investment Scheme: support for firming infrastructure (no gas)

Good news for battery storage and pumped hydro projects: in December 2022 the Albanese Government announced a Capacity Investment Scheme (CIS) for dispatchable generation (excluding coal and gas) to deliver reliable electricity. What we know The details will be critical, and Stride will share insights as they come to light.

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Consultation on proposed NSW Hunter coast offshore wind zone

Following the Federal Government’s declaration of Gippsland as the first offshore wind zone in Australia, they are now inviting feedback on the Hunter Region as the next. (Illawarra is expected to follow in 2023.) There are also community and stakeholder information sessions. Consultation closes 28 April 2023.

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Consultation on Safeguard Mechanism reform

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, Environment and Water (DCCEEW) is consulting on options to reform the Safeguard Mechanism to help industry reduce emissions in line with Australia’s climate targets. The Safeguard Mechanism requires Australia’s largest greenhouse gas emitters to keep their net emissions below an emissions limit (a baseline). The Australian

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