Policies promoting the localisation of economic benefits are commonly deployed in support of energy transitions. However, localisation policies can face challenges in ensuring alignment with energy transition goals while adapting to changes in the technological and market environment. We use the Australian Capital Territory's localisation policy, tied to a reverse auction feed-in tariff, as an exploratory case to examine a localisation policy that underwent repeated updates to adapt to changed conditions. We find the inclusion of a review requirement can support localisation policies remaining congruent with energy transition goals throughout updates. In doing so, we contribute to understanding of how energy transition policies can be deliberatively designed to accelerate the deployment of low carbon technologies.