Who gets a $41 billion subsidy? (a) The renewable energy sector, or, (b) fossil fuels.“When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.” – Dawn of the Dead
Having been depicted as a carbon tax zombie by News Corp earlier this month, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten set out to try to prove he’s not a dead man walking with a big commitment to renewable energy.
Labor would support half Australia’s large-scale production coming from renewables by 2030 he declared, though this target was only an ambition and exactly how Labor would try meet it (you know, all the tricky policy stuff) remains unclear
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