Tag Archives: Marc White

How industry is getting on with deploying renewables

Industry makes the running while the politics of climate and energy remain in a rut Politicians and others holding out for a fossil-fuelled future had a big win last week. On top of the Turnbull government’s relentless denigration of wind and … Continue reading

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Government takes aim at Renewable Energy Target

Terminating Australia’s carbon price scheme wasn’t enough for the Abbott government. Now the Renewable Energy Target is in its sights. [29 July 2014 | Peter Boyer] In a few weeks’ time a Hobart suburban household, a heavy energy user, will … Continue reading

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Challenges and opportunities in a new-age energy market

Tasmania’s electricity market is set to become more competitive. Where is this trend taking us? [15 February 2011 | Peter Boyer] The story of Tasmania’s electricity market gets murkier by the day. To the public shock over power prices has … Continue reading

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