News from CEDA events


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Cheap versus clean shifts to cheap versus reliable

Last decade the energy debate was about cheap versus clean. Clean is now the cheapest, and so the debate is now shifting to cheap versus reliable, AGL Energy Chief Customer Officer, Melissa Reynolds said at CEDA Queensland’s 2018 Energy series event. Read more…


Vic opposition promises population growth strategy and tax incentives to decentralise state

Victorian Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Matthew Guy, has noted decentralisation and tax reviews for regions in a speech aimed at addressing voter’s concerns over population and infrastructure pressures in Melbourne, in the lead up to the Victorian November election.  Read more…


From little things big things grow

It’s really important in a sector like agriculture to be the sporting coach, that is, to keep the mind on the one percenters, Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre Economics and Business Analysis Manager, Dr Ross Kingwell told a CEDA WA audience. Read more…


Disruption in energy industry driving consumer choice

When you’re in an industry that is such an essential service, community and consumers having a choice on how they decide to get their power and gas, is a great thing, Australian Energy Market Operator, Executive General Manager WA, Cameron Parrotte has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


SA Government provides fresh insight into transport and infrastructure priorities

Just one week on from delivering the new SA Liberal Government’s first budget, the Hon. Stephan Knoll has said that the Government has fresh insight into priority infrastructure projects for South Australia. Read more…


Strong planning critical for Sydney's future

Today’s planning will only truly be valued in tomorrow’s Sydney, New South Wales Minister for Planning and Minister for Housing, the Hon. Anthony Roberts said in Sydney. Read more…


Queensland undergoing own Golden Age: Queensland Premier

As we move towards 2020, Queensland will undergo its own “Golden Age,” Premier and Minister for Trade, the Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Review finds good progress but risks to success in Murray-Darling Basin Plan implementation

Good progress has been made on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan but some risks to its eventual success are in play, according to Productivity Commissioner Dr Jane Doolan. Read more…


Half of NSW residents don’t feel benefits of economic growth

Most NSW residents share the views of other Australians that they have not personally gained from Australia’s record run of economic growth, according to results from CEDA’s Community Pulse 2018: the economic disconnect.  Read more…


Activity, energy and bold thinking have Victoria on track: Andrews

Victoria’s rapid pace of infrastructure investment and delivery needs to be the state’s new normal, Premier Daniel Andrews told CEDA’s State of the State event. Read more…


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