In the first meeting of its kind, Australian industry, government, scientific, community and environmental groups will today come together to discuss the nations energy and transport future.
Participants of Australias Energy Futures Forum, holding it first full meeting in Canberra today, will begin the process of determining plausible scenarios and implications for the nations energy and transport future out to 2050.
Initiated by the CSIROs Energy Transformed National Research Flagship, the Forum will use an innovative approach to energy modelling. "It will integrate technology development, economics and environmental considerations as well as social attitudes", Dr John Wright, Director of the Energy Transformed Flagship, said.
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