Clean Energy Capacity Study Discussion paper

The Clean Energy Capacity Study Discussion Paper was released on 4 April 2023. Submissions closed on 2 May 2023. Further information is available via the Clean Energy Capacity Study.

The purpose of this discussion paper was to provide stakeholders, interested parties and the broader community with a sense of the study's scope and approach, and an early opportunity to provide submissions.

Clean Energy Capacity Study - Discussion Paper

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Clean Energy Capacity Study - Discussion Paper

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We received 35 submissions in response to the discussion paper and received permission from 30 organisations to publish their submission.

Submission list

1. Australian Industry Group

1. Australian Industry Group.pdf213073

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2. Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association

2. Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association.pdf255581

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3. Ben Blackburn Racing

3. Ben Blackburn Racing.pdf265079

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4. Brotherhood of St Laurence

4. Brotherhood of St Laurence.pdf201803

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5. Cairns Regional Council

5. Cairns Regional Council .pdf429406

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6. Clean Energy Council and Australian Hydrogen Council

6. Clean Energy Council and Australian Hydrogen Council.pdf394686

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7. Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia and Institute of Public Accountants

7. Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia and Institute of Public Accountants.pdf152725

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8. David Matabishi

8. David Matabishi.pdf87697

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9. Electric Vehicle Council

9. Electric Vehicle Council .pdf173278

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10. Electrical Trades Union

10. Electrical Trades Union.pdf279011

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11. Energy Efficiency Council

11. Energy Efficiency Council.pdf136034

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12. Energy Skills Australia

12. Energy Skills Australia.pdf313555

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13. Engineers Australia

13. Engineers Australia.pdf203909

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14. Federation University

14. Federation University.pdf8532096

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15. First Nations Clean Energy Network

15. First Nations Clean Energy Network.pdf417207

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16. Institute of Sustainable Futures, University of Technology

16. Institute of Sustainable Futures, University of Technology.pdf203523

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17. Maritime Union of Australia

17. Maritime Union of Australia.pdf954852

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18. MAS NationalIntoWork Group

18. MAS NationalIntoWork Group.pdf79077

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19. Minerals Council of Australia

19. Minerals Council of Australia.pdf7919406

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20. National Australian Apprenticeship Association

20. National Australian Apprenticeship Association .pdf631645

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21. National Electrical and Communications Association

21. National Electrical and Communications Association.pdf260388

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22. Department of Youth QLD Government

22. Department of Youth QLD Government.pdf226144

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23. RMIT University

23. RMIT University.pdf260909

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24. Skills Impact

24. Skills Impact.pdf100208

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25. TAFE Gippsland

25. TAFE Gippsland.pdf55217

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26. UNSW Engineering

26. UNSW Engineering.pdf296878

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27. VETASSESS

27. VETASSESS.pdf356412

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28. Victoria University

28. Victoria University.pdf1579094

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29. Waste and Recycling Industry of Queensland

29. Waste and Recycling Industry of Queensland.pdf364495

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30. Xellence Pathways and Women in Adult and Vocational Education

30. Xellence Pathways and Women in Adult and Vocational Education.pdf873333

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