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RP2.1-07 Deliberative engagement processes on the role of future fuels in the future low-carbon energy mix in Australia

Executive Summary

This project aims to hold three regional deliberative engagement processes in three different Australian capital cities (e.g. Sydney, Melbourne and Perth) to investigate the role of future fuels in the future low-carbon energy mix in Australia. It is envisaged that each deliberative process will involve between 40 – 50 citizens, randomly selected to be broadly representative of the adult population in each location and a number of influential stakeholders (industry, government, NGOs) from organisations with an interest in the energy sector. By hosting three deliberative panels on the role of future fuels in the future low-carbon energy mix in Australia, this project aims to 1) outline challenges, opportunities and priority actions that will help Australia to deliver the full potential of low-carbon energy future and 2) identify issues, benefits, drawbacks and trade-offs related to the implementation of future fuels in the future energy mix. Each deliberative panel will meet for three and a half days over a 2-month period.

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