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Infrastructure Australia is an independent statutory body with a mandate to prioritise and progress nationally significant infrastructure. We provide independent research and advice to all levels of government as well as investors and owners of infrastructure.
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Capturing Value: Advice on making value capture work in Australia is the first of Infrastructure Australia’s Reform Series. It provides guidance to governments and the private sector on how value capture can be applied in the Australian context.
The February 2016 update to the Infrastructure Priority List was released on 17 February 2016 along with the 15 year Australian Infrastructure Plan.
The first Australian Infrastructure Plan provides a positive reform and investment roadmap for Australia. The Plan sets out the infrastructure challenges and opportunities Australia faces over the next 15 years and the solutions required to drive
Progress and Action is Infrastructure Australia's fourth annual report to the Council of Australian Governments. It presents current opportunities and challenges and recommends reforms in key areas of transport, water, energy and telecommunications. It also contains the infrastructure report card 2011–12 and the 2012 Infrastructure Priority List.
This draft report sets out a summary of findings of a review of the balance sheet capacities of eight Australian ports carried out by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
This report outlines how Infrastructure Australia aims to address the key infrastructure challenges facing the nation's transport, water, energy and communications infrastructure.
This discussion paper examines the benefits of a range of renewable transport technologies such as V2G, PHEVs and Smart Grids. It explains how, when used in combination, they can lead to even greater reductions in fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
In May 2016, Infrastructure Australia rated Inland Rail as a Priority Project on the Infrastructure Priority List.