Net Zero Australia: Final modelling results

19 April 2023

Australia will need to triple the National Electricity Market’s power capacity by 2030 to be on track for net zero by 2050 – requiring a rapid rollout of wind and solar power, transmission, storage, electric vehicles, and heat pumps as we replace our coal fleet.

This is a key finding of the Net Zero Australia project, which today released final modelling results of pathways to net zero.

Net Zero Australia is a partnership of The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland, Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment, and Nous Group. It is funded by gifts and grants from various sponsors and has received input from a diverse Advisory Group(listed below).

Read more about the findings


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