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In this episode, James Tennant and Paul discuss the importance of businesses ‘futureproofing’ by understanding the changes that are happening now and in the future, and responding accordingly.
Then they unpack the proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and consider the likely impact on Australian Businesses. The team unpack Tennant’s recently released detailed report on CBAM titled ‘Swings and Roundabouts: The Unexpected Effects of Carbon Border Adjustments on Australia’ and discover there are opportunities and challenges for Australia.
The conversation also addresses Australia and the likely impact of Carbon Taxes around the world.
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After a long career in multiple aspects of supply chain management, corporate training and business advisory, James brings a business improvement mindset to his role as General Manager of Minerals, Energy & Supply Chain Resilience for Ai Group.
A skilled communicator and analyst, James has been involved with Oil & Gas, the mining industry and supply chain across the board for over 25 years.
Tennant is Principal National Adviser – Public Policy at Ai Group. He has worked heavily on climate and energy issues, advising Ai Group’s Leaders’ Group on Energy and Climate Policy and developing reports on natural gas supply, energy prices and energy efficiency. Previously he was an adviser in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, working on fiscal policy, stimulus and infrastructure.
Paul is Director of Business Development at eleXsys Energy Pty Ltd, an award-winning Australian technology company. eleXsys® is an advanced power electronics device integrating a suite of artificial intelligence applications enabling next-generation two-way smart grids.
He was previously East Coast General Manager at NERA, Australia's industry growth centre for the energy resources sector, where he led the development of the national network of regional hydrogen technology clusters.
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