RP2.1-03 Mapping key stakeholders in Australia’s energy transition
This project mapped key industry, government and civil society stakeholders currently engaged in the dialogue about Australia’s energy transition and provides an overview of key messages. Furthermore, it catalogued the range of white papers, reports and websites generated by each stakeholder group.
The key outputs from this project include a final report which identifies and analyses the relevance of a broad sample of stakeholders in Australia’s energy transition.
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|Commencement / End Date||November 2019 to April 2020|
|Outcomes / Impact||
This project identified the relevance of a broad sample of stakeholders in Australia’s energy transition, particularly in relation to the development of low-carbon and renewable fuels. Key stakeholders were analysed in order classify and prioritise them and map the connections among them.
Project outputs can also be updated and/or utilised in future FFCRC research.
|Partners||RMIT University, ENA, Jemena, AGIG|
Dr Stephen McGrail
Research and Education Program Coordinator