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A States’ led Clean Energy Target could work for Australia

Clean energy target: how the states might make it work  Victoria and South Australia have suggested a states-led initiative if the federal government continues to stall on a clean energy target. Could it work?, Guardian, Michael Slezak, 14 July 17,

Before Friday’s meeting of energy ministers, for which the federal government refused to put a CET on the agenda, Labor-led Victoria and South Australia called for consideration of a linked-up state-based scheme, and urged Coalition-led NSWto join up. Given recent comments by the NSW energy minister, Don Harwin, who indicated support for the CET, such a move seems plausible………https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/jul/14/clean-energy-target-how-the-states-might-make-it-work

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July 15, 2017 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, politics

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