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Power For Power’s Sake: The Light’s Are Still Out On Coalition Energy Policy

When it comes to energy policy, the government has no-one to blame but itself, writes Ben Eltham. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has run hard on energy this week. He gave a media conference mid week after the release of the latest report by the Australian Energy Market Operator, or AEMO. AEMO was asked by the [...] The post Power For Power’s Sake: The Light’s Are Still Out On Coalition Energy Policy appeared first on New Matilda.
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