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Time to stop pointing the finger at clean energy

By Cambell Klose and Charlie Wood, 350.org Australia Renewable energy has received a hammering from many of our conservative politicians and media over the past week. This comes after an unprecedented attack by the Prime Minister on the South Australian government, still reeling from a "once in 50 year" destructive storm. Right wing commentators have consistently blamed the resulting power blackout on the State's heavy reliance on renewable energy, despite advice from energy experts and a preliminary report stating that the real cause of the blackout was transmission failure.
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