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Submission to the Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market

Engineers Australia has made a submission to Chief Scientist's Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market (NEM)....

Chris Stoltz: South Australia’s power crisis highlights need for urgent action to fix national electricity system

Chris Stoltz

THE present state of South Australia’s electricity market should be a source of national shame.

Overnight — more than 90,000 homes and businesses were without power in...

Interim Report of the Tasmanian Energy Security Taskforce

Engineers Australia submission in response to the Interim Report of the Tasmanian Energy Security Taskforce, 2016.

Hazelwood closure, complacency and catastrophe – why energy security must be a national priority

Neil Greet

THE recent catastrophic South Australian blackout was a global showcase for the obvious energy challenges we face as a nation and put energy security issues back on the front pages - but also...

Energy Position Statement

Engineers Australia

The Position Statements provide the Engineers Australia perspective on the most important public policy issues facing the profession today.

Election 2016: Political party policies

Engineers Australia

To help members understand the voting options presented for the 2016 federal election, Engineers Australia invited all federal parliamentary parties to outline...

Oh no, not another energy crisis

Dr Vicki Gardiner, General Manager Tasmania Division

Fast forward to December, 2018 … Tasmania survived the energy crisis of 2016.

Everything is back to normal, businesses and the major industrials have access to as much power as we...

Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission delivers final report

Tony Irwin, Chairman, Engineers Australia Sydney Division Nuclear Engineering Panel

In March 2015, South Australia premier Jay Weatherill announced a Royal Commission to examine the potential and risks for increasing South Australia’s participation in the nuclear fuel cycle...

Engineering skills key to our energy future

With Monday’s release of the South Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission’s draft findings, peak professional body Engineers Australia has said that engineering skills should...

Australian engineers well placed for FLNG boom

Engineers in Australia and particularly Western Australia are well placed to capitalise on opportunities associated with the booming FLNG sector, according to the nation’s