The “shock” Federal election result represents a new dawn for reliable and affordable power generation in Australia.
The 2019 election was billed as a referendum on Climate Change, with Labor’s Bill Shorten pitching up a 50% Renewable Energy Target and a whopping carbon dioxide gas tax, to boot. Bill also promised that he would eradicate Australia’s frequent and punishing droughts, with the aid of windmills and solar panels. Although no one, save Bill, was quite sure how this novel and ingenious ‘plan’ would make it rain on cue.
Instead of the Labor landslide predicted by all and sundry, the proletariat gave a pretty fair indication as to where Shifty Shorten could stick his 50% RET.
In the aftermath of the ‘unloseable’ election, slowly, but surely, MPs across the board (with the obvious exception of the Greens) have broken cover, and have started talking, once again, about the need for meaningful…
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