Friday, April 20, 2018

‘Not a big drama' for electricity industry to slash emissions, says scheme architect

The head of the expert board advising the federal Coalition on its signature energy plan says it would not be a "big drama" for the electricity industry if a future Labor government enforced far stronger cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.
Dr Kerry Schott is advising the federal government on the energy plan.
Labor states say they will withhold final support for the Turnbull government proposal to merge climate and energy policy - known as the national energy guarantee - until they are assured a successive government will not be blocked from ratcheting up carbon savings.


Read the story by Nicole Hasham and Peter Carey from today’s Age - “‘Not a big drama' for electricity industry to slash emissions, says scheme architect.”

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