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NT Economy to Capitalise on a Renewable Energy Future

Renowned as one of the sunniest places on earth, the economic and environmental benefits from renewable energy in the NT is significant.

The Northern Territory (NT) has a plan to reach a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030. Roadmap to Renewables was released by the NT Government in 2017, focusing on how the NT can capitalise on its abundance of…

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NT Economy to Capitalise on a Renewable Energy Future

20/02/2020

Renowned as one of the sunniest places on earth, the economic and environmental benefits from renewable energy in the NT is significant.

The Northern Territory (NT) has a plan to reach a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030. Roadmap to Renewables was released by the NT Government in 2017, focusing on how the NT can capitalise on its abundance of…

SME Tips: Understanding Business Structures for Succession & Asset Protection

17/02/2020

Succession planning from a practical perspective for small and medium enterprises (SME). First things first, what is the status of the business? And what are the common business structures?

Business Structures Choosing the correct structure at the outset is important, as it can be expensive to change once in place. The following core issues need to be considered: Simplicity, cost of implementation and cost of ongoing administration Governance and…

State Energy Minister Triggers T-3 Electricity Reliability Rule

21/01/2020

South Australian Minister for Energy and Mining, Dan von Holst Pellekaan, recently made the decision to make a T-3 Electricity Reliability Instrument under freshly introduced legislative provisions.

Although there is no denying that extreme climatic conditions could lead to potential disruption to electricity supply and demand in South Australia, both the State Parliament’s decision to afford the Minister such a discretionary power, and the Minister’s invocation of…