Regime Resistance and Accommodation in Sustainable Energy Transitions

Seminar/Forum

Regime Resistance and Accommodation in Sustainable Energy Transitions

Australian-German Climate and Energy College
257

Parkville campus

187 Grattan St

Booking not required

Further Details

T: 0415 352 951

nicholas.parry@unimelb.edu.au

To accelerate the decarbonisation of electricity generation, a more nuanced understanding of incumbent firms’ power and influence is required. This seminar outlines the ways in which incumbent actors contributed to the development of residential solar feed-in tariffs in Victoria, Australia. It is based on in-depth research that shows how different actors either resisted or accommodated feed-in tariffs, thus generating useful insights for policymakers, firms and civil society organisations who seek to accelerate sustainable energy transitions.

PresentersMr Adrian Ford

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