A low carbon economy, both globally and in Australia, is inevitable. Whilst many would argue that the science of climate change requires that this transition is achieved much faster than is currently being experienced, the scientific imperative is clear that this transition must happen.
Wind energy, particularly in Australia, is crucial to the success of this transition.
Large scale wind is currently the cheapest form of utility scale renewable electricity generation projects in Australia, and will likely remain so for a number of years.
We know that survey after survey indicates that the majority of Australians agree that climate change presents a significant challenge for humanity and that greater investments in renewable energy are required in order to meet that challenge.