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What does Tesla’s home battery mean for Australia’s energy system?
Jemma talks about Tesla’s announcement and what it means to Australian houses with solar panels and those that are considering installing battery and solar systems.

Will the Australian infrastructure fund setup the country for the 21st century?
Jemma Green and Cathy Bell talk about the Federal government’s proposed northern Australia infrastructure fund. The problem with lending the money to state governments is that it

Infrastructure Australia Audit lacking detail around public transport
Jemma talks about Infrastructure Australia’s report and the lack of detail around public transport cost and benefit analysis, and the over focus on roads. Gary Adshead

Road tunnel idea shows lack of transport strategy in Perth
Interview about plans to build a road tunnel underneath the Swan River, the Western Suburbs and Lake Monga. Interview with Gemma Tonini on 6PR 9th July

Tesla PowerWall and the battery revolution
Jemma Green is interviewed by Annette Marner on the Tesla PowerWall battery announcement and what that means to electricity markets in Australia. ABC North &

Light rail versus buses
Jemma is interviewed on ABC Radio 720 about light rail versus buses following the former major of Bogota, Columbia’s visit to Perth and his comments

Congestion worsens and looks to get worse in Perth
Jemma Green speaks to Geoff Huthison on ABC 720 about the Western Australian Auditor General’s report about congestion problems in Perth worsening and the pace of
 
Under a bus: Light rail plans in Perth
Jemma Green was interviewed by Geoff Hutchison on ABC 720 about the Western Australian government's plans to install busways

Bus-ted: government opts for buses instead of light rail
Jemma Green is interviewed by Adam Shand on 6PR about the government's plans to pursue busway systems instead of light rail.

Jemma speaks with Robyn Williams
Jemma speaks with Robyn Williams on the Science Show about lithium ion batteries, renewable energy, grid pricing, fossil fuel divestment and

Jemma speaks with Paul Murray
Jemma speaks with Paul Murray from 6PR about the Western Australian governments plans to introduce a blanket congestion charge for motorists. Jemma says this is more

Jemma speaks with Babs McHugh
Jemma speaks with Babs McHugh from ABC about the China US carbon deal and its relevance to the Australian economy and also

Jemma Green speaks with Hilary Smale about divestment
Australian National University's decision to divest seven resource companies. Jemma discusses that the Environmental Social

Traffic light review to improve congestion on roads
Jemma speaks about the traffic light review to improve congestion on roads following from this article n the West Australian. Although optimising the traffic system it is a good idea

The poor have more cars and use them more
Fuel excise changes and the impact on low income earners. Jemma discusses that poor people have more cars and tend to use them more

The need to develop power and rail networks in the Pilbara
The need to develop power and rail networks in the Pilbara is discussed by Jemma and  Hilary Smale as the development of northern Australia is a key

Ghost Towns: Pilbara 2050
Jemma discusses the history of WA towns depending on one source of income. She explains how towns in WA are not built to be temporary anymore

Pilbara 2050
Jemma discusses the outlook presented in her recently co-authored report 'Pilbara 2050 - Ensuring the long term viability of the Pilbara' and the the work

Infrastructure Spending on Roads
A discussion about the fuel excise, toll roads, the de-prioritization of public transport and how Perth is overly focused on

The White Paper on Direct Action and Carbon Emissions
Ian Newton on Radio Adelaide's Barometer show interviews Jemma Morton Green on the latest release on the Australian government's