Webinar: Gas infrastructure in a net zero emissions economy
Towards 2050: Gas infrastructure in a net zero emissions economy
More than two million household, business and industry gas customers rely on natural gas in Victoria. As the most gas-reliant state in the country, much of this due to our use of gas to heat homes and businesses in winter, Victoria is in a unique position to manage this next phase of the transition to net zero.
Infrastructure Victoria has released its final advice to the Victorian Government on the future of gas infrastructure in a net zero emissions economy. It informs the government’s Gas substitution roadmap.
Towards 2050: Gas infrastructure in a zero emissions economy – final report makes 11 recommendations to the Victorian Government to support the natural gas sector to reduce emissions, manage risks, minimise costs and create new opportunities for jobs and industry.
In this webinar, Infrastructure Victoria CEO Jonathan Spear, Principal Policy Officer Nerys Webster and Principal Infrastructure Adviser Lorraine Conway discuss the findings, including Q&A. Watch a recording from the session below, held on Tuesday, July 12 and you can view the slide pack here.
And you can also watch our short explainer video below on the future of gas infrastructure as we transition to a net zero emissions economy.