Other than this production capability of renewable energy resources is estimated to be 13,329.7 MW. The country has extensive electricity systems which are run by a series of railway networks, pipelines and ports which manage the country’s resources for usage.
Hence we can see the extent to which the country has evolved its infrastructure and energy market. The report suggests that the IEA has estimated the energy demands to rise in the coming years and it is believed that the countries including Australia will manage this demand with the use of its renewable energy sources. The renewable energy sources are the most important point discussed in the report and the report clearly states that a large portion of Australia’s power demand is met with the use of these sources. Hydro electricity being the prime renewable source provides more than 8000 MW with 124 operating sites across the country.
The report further elaborates the current efforts and plans being made for the better functioning to ensure the availability of cheaper energy sources. Of this, the task to introduce cheaper generation and transmission methods is the most important and the government can be seen working on this.
Hence, we can see that the report clearly outlines the current situation of the Australian energy sector and it has given us vital information regarding the infrastructure of the country and how it seems to be dealing with rising energy demands.