JobSeeker: Australia’s Economic Recovery Demands End to Subsidies For Unreliable Wind & Solar


Putting a million Australians back to work requires a complete overhaul of Australia’s suicidal energy policies. The Federal and State government dictated coronavirus lockdowns have delivered Australia’s first recession in over 30 years; unemployment rates – already climbing – are set to skyrocket when the JobKeeper employment subsidy to businesses runs out in September; close to million Australians were put out of work overnight. With thousands of businesses on the ropes, a fair proportion of those will never regain employment.

Claims by the PM, Scott Morrison that once the lockdowns are lifted the economy will ‘snap back’ to life sound nonsensical now.

Thanks to tens of $billions squandered on chaotically intermittent wind and solar over the last 20 years, Australian power prices have gone from the cheapest in the world to the most expensive. Anyone doubting that relationship need only look at what’s happened in Australia’s wind and solar capital…

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