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Presentations |  |  Dec 12, 2023

PRESENTATION @ BOOMPower Peloton | Finance for decarbonising the $10tn housing stock

Capital acceleration and systems change are driving the decarbonisation of Australia’s $10tn housing stock. With 80% mortgage market share, Australia’s big banks are the main entry point to stimulating private finance. Banks need to go beyond ~60% emissions reduction targets to accelerate electrification and energy efficiency. Read more

Presentations |  |  Nov 28, 2023

PRESENTATION: ANU Energy Update 2023 – Renewable Energy-Based Exports

View Tim Buckley’s presentation on Renewable Energy-based Exports to Australian National University Energy Update seminar in November 2023: Overview of global energy transition, the gigantic lead of China, the impact of the US IRA and more. Read more

Presentations |  |  Oct 26, 2023

PRESENTATION | Embodied Decarbonisation: How renewables can supercharge Australia’s value-added critical minerals boom

Tim Buckley’s presentation for the Investment Innovation Institute on the global energy transition: how China leads the world in the global technology and investment race, how the US IRA changes everything; Australia’s Critical Minerals Strategy and how we can embody decarbonisation in our exports; and stockmarket examples of energy transition. Read more

Presentations |  |  Oct 19, 2023

PRESENTATION | A Renewable Energy & Critical Minerals Superpower

CEF’s Tim Buckley, Matt Pollard and Xuyang Dong present to the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change on the global decarbonisation investment race and Australia’s opportunity to position itself as a zero-emissions trade and investment powerhouse as China leads the world on energy transition and the US IRA triggers a race to the top. Read more

Presentations |  |  Oct 18, 2023

PRESENTATION | The drivers of the accelerating energy transition and considerations for global investors

Tim Buckley’s presentation to Northcape, an international boutique fund manager with over $12bn under management, focusses on the acceleration of the global energy transition as capital shifts to decarbonisation worldwide, and potential investor considerations. Read more

Presentations |  |  Oct 12, 2023

PRESENTATION | Renewable Energy & Critical Minerals Superpower

Tim Buckley’s presentation to Ethinvest on the challenge facing Australian industry policy in light of the US IRA and the global energy transition. Read more

Presentations |  |  Aug 21, 2023

PRESENTATION | Altius Sustainability Committee – Renewable Energy and Critical Minerals Superpower

Tim Buckley’s presentation to the Altius Sustainability Advisory Committee maps the accelerating global energy transition and Australia’s opportunity Read more

Presentations |  |  Aug 15, 2023

PRESENTATION | Renewable Energy Superpower: Beyond the Rhetoric

Tim Buckley’s presentation to the ALP National Conference in Brisbane, its key policy endorsement forum, sets out the challenge the US Inflation Reduction Act poses to Australia as it turbocharges US and global decarbonisation, and sets out what Australia need to do to urgently respond. Read more

Presentations |  |  Aug 4, 2023

PRESENTATION | The global energy transition

Tim Buckley’s presentation to GMR Energy, a leading independent developer of energy storage assets in Australia, and a portfolio company of Gaw Capital Partners, an international private equity and asset manager with over US$36 billion under management. Read more

Presentations |  |  Aug 3, 2023

PRESENTATION | National Manufacturing Summit on manufacturing & energy transition

Tim Buckley speaks at the Centre for Future Work’s National Manufacturing Summit on the global energy transition and implications for Australia Read more

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