AGL defends coal plant buying spree, saying it would provide funds to invest in renewables “if and when” investment climate improves.
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Turnbull describes Labor’s 50% renewables target as reckless, Hunt continues nonsense attack on emissions reduction costs, while Coalition’s climate deniers and renewable-haters continue to run amok. Has anything changed?
Australia’s biggest wind farm is producing electricity at less than $80/MWh. At current prices, the market for new wind projects should be strong. But political uncertainty from Abbott government is killing the market.
Infigen Energy says investment drought in Australian renewables could last another 18 months as big utilities extend their buyer’s strike, and developers struggle to put together capital to build wind and solar farms without long term contracts.
Andrews government renewables plan promises to drive new investment in wind farms, reduce network barriers to take-up of rooftop solar and storage.
The co-developer of Australia’s biggest wind farm sees no future for wind energy in Australia because of Abbott government’s “antipathy” to renewables.
With the Abbott government sabotaging Australia’s clean energy future, states like Victoria must step up and lead on renewables. Here’s how.
Clean Energy Council says Coalition claim Labor RET to cost $85bn based on flawed assumptions, false economics – and ignores plunging cost of renewables.