NEG passes the party room

August 14, 2018

14 Aug 2018 The National Energy Guarantee passed the next major hurdle towards becoming policy when the Coalition party room signed off on it this morning, although some conservatives remain …
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States won’t support the NEG unless conditions are met

August 8, 2018

8 Aug 2018 The Victorian and ACT state governments have provided the list of changes they need to see in the National Energy Guarantee before they agree to support it …
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Remote town cuts diesel use with new Solar technology

Source: ABC News | August 2, 2018

2nd Aug 2018 – One of the most remote towns in Australia, Alpurrurulam in NT, is leading the way with 20% of it’s power now coming from renewables. The small …
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NEG concerns highlighted in the lead up to CoAG meeting

July 31, 2018

31 July 2018 – Victoria and the Greens is continuing to express “major” concerns about the federal government’s national energy guarantee before make-or-break discussions on the proposal in August. Victoria’s energy minister …
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Olive branch offered to States as NEG date approaches

July 25, 2018

28 July 2018 – Josh Frydenberg has advised the states who are unhappy with the emissions targets in the NEG that the targets can be reviewed after five years – …
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