Infrastructure Australia has released the 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan.
A clear view of the outcomes we want in our urban landscape is key to unlocking funding for green infrastructure.
Frontier Economics investigates thermal waste-to-energy, exploring the drivers of emissions and the trade-offs between landfill energy and thermal waste-to-energy.
Frontier Economics investigated potential emissions from waste to energy in two recently approved projects, with findings in a new bulletin.
Frontier Economics economists Alexandra Humphrey Cifuentes and Rosemary Jones presented at OzWater21.
To realise a policy vision of greener cities and liveable future urban landscapes, we need to embed green infrastructure into traditional infrastructure planning processes.
Today the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (“CCCS”) issued its findings and recommendations for its market study on e-commerce platforms.
Philip Williams presented on the market power of digital platforms at the GCR Live Interactive conference, held on 4 September 2020.
This bulletin looks at government investment into commercial firms prompted by the QLD Government's possible investment in Virgin Australia.
Using value capture to fund infrastructure makes infrastructure investment more equitable and productive.
Wind and solar generation in the National Electricity Market is examined in this bulletin, with focus on the implications for supply diversity.
Infrastructure Australia's 2020 priority list has been released, and includes South Creek integrated land use and water cycle management as a priority.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has published the final report on the digital platforms inquiry.
A report prepared for the Water Services Association of Australia by Frontier Economics looks at the health benefits to the community from investing in water infrastructure to create liveable cities.
Frontier Economics undertook research for Telenor that quantifies the impact of telecommunications sector in the five Asian markets that Telenor operates in.
This bulletin from Frontier Economics looks at the issue of an NBN write-down of assets and explores the links between pricing, write-downs and value.
This bulletin from Frontier Economics looks at valuing the real impacts of rail and making a compelling business case for investing in this infrastructure.
Infrastructure NSW engaged Frontier Economics to advise on the optimum regulatory framework for the uptake of cost-effective recycled water initiatives.
We project that Australia will comfortably meet its 2030 28% emissions target for the electricity sector due to existing and announced policies supporting energy efficiency, renewables and [...]