Angus Taylor seeks to destroy the culture of the CEFC and its staff by forcing it to give loss-making loans to gas projects it cannot legally make.
Nothing will end the climate and energy policy crisis in Australia unless you change the toxic culture of its main political parties.
After singing the virtues of coal as minister for environment, Josh Frydenberg is writing to voters about the importance of “addressing climate change.”
Mining approvals for all Galilee Basin coal, including those by Adani and associates of Gina Reinhardt, are based on preposterous assumptions and need immediate review.
Coalition’s push for new investments in fossil fuel generation is flawed because it ignores carbon costs – and it may also be against its own procurement guidelines.
Politicians who understand climate science and endorse the NEG target are, simply put, evil. Corporate leaders who support such a target should consult their insurance policies, their board and their investors.
This plan to provide a plan is almost the worst outcome possible for investment certainty. If more detail doesn’t emerge soon, it could be as bad for renewables as the Abbott years.
There is no doubt that Victoria’s renewable energy target will be good for consumers, industry and jobs. They should start the auctions soon.