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The Australian Energy Transition as a Federalism Challenge:(Un) cooperative Energy Federalism?
A Kallies
Transnational Environmental Law, 1-25, 2021
192021
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD): implementation issues
A Kallies, RJ Keenan, L Godden, J Peel
Monash University Law Review 36 (1), 139-172, 2010
142010
A barrier for Australia's climate commitments?: Law, the electricity market and transitioning the stationary electricity sector
A Kallies
University of New South Wales Law Journal, The 39 (4), 1547-1582, 2016
132016
The status of and opportunities for utility-scale battery storage in Australia: A regulatory and market perspective
Z Csereklyei, A Kallies, AD Valdivia
Utilities Policy 73, 101313, 2021
112021
" Planning away" Victoria's renewable energy future? resolving the tension between the local and global in windfarm developments
L Caripis, A Kallies
Environmental and Planning Law Journal 29 (5), 415-435, 2012
82012
Electricity market transitions in Australia: Evidence using model-based clustering
Z Csereklyei, N Anantharama, A Kallies
Energy Economics 103, 105590, 2021
72021
Smart infrastructure: innovative energy technology, climate mitigation and consumer protection in Australia and Germany
L Godden, A Kallies
Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy …, 2018
72018
Electricity systems between climate mitigation and climate adaptation pressures: can legal frameworks for resilience provide answers?
S Niall, A Kallies
Environmental and Planning Law Journal 34, 488-502, 2017
62017
The Impact of Electricity Market Design on Access to the Grid and Transmission Planning for Renewable Energy in Australia: Can Overseas Examples Provide Guidance?
A Kallies
Renewable Energy L. & Pol'y Rev. 2, 147, 2011
62011
Electricity network development: new challenges for Australia
L Godden, A Kallies
Energy Networks and the Law: Innovative Solutions in Changing Markets, 292-312, 2012
42012
What Price Democracy? Blue Wedges and the Hurdles to Public Interest Environmental Litigation
A Kallies, L Godden
Alternative Law Journal 33 (4), 194-199, 2008
42008
Legitimizing energy transitions through community participation: Germany and Australia at a crossroad
F Mey, A Kallies, J Wiseman, M Watson
Globalizations 20 (8), 1344-1362, 2023
32023
Regulating the use of energy networks in liberalised markets
A Kallies
Energy Law, Climate Change and the Environment, 599-610, 2021
32021
Governance of the energy market in Australia
L Godden, A Kallies
Energy Law, Climate Change and the Environment, 204-215, 2021
22021
The smart meter promise: A review of smart meter deployment challenges in Australia and Germany
A Kallies, S Chandrashekeran, S Keele, L Godden
University of Melbourne, 2019
22019
Victorian wind farm laws: A blow to Australia's clean energy future?
L Caripis, A Kallies
National Environmental Law Review, 45-46, 2012
22012
'Paris' at the sub-national scale?: An exploration of the role and potential of framework climate change laws
A Foerster, A Bleby, A Kallies, J Church
Melbourne University Law Review 45 (3), 1045-1092, 2022
12022
ADR practice in planning conflicts: Australian lawyers’ thinking on ADR, training and mentorship
K Douglas, R Goodman, A Kallies
International Journal of the Legal Profession 29 (2), 229-241, 2022
12022
A legal-economic framework of electricity markets: Assessing Australia’s transition
Z Csereklyei, A Kallies
12022
An ADR option other than mediation in Australian planning disputes: lawyers' perceptions of a tribunal conferencing approach
K Douglas, R Goodman, A Kallies
Civil Justice Quarterly 41 (2), 147-165, 2022
12022
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