Renewables target still needed with carbon scheme
Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg has conceded that it is still too soon for r더킹카지노enewable energy targets to be met, with many still reliant on fossil fuels for electricity, despite growing solar, wind and hydropower.
But he has defended a target that will see 20 per cent of homes in Australia generate no more than 300 kilowatts of electricity, regardless of the weather, saying this “makes sense”.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has also pledged to move towards a carbon-trading scheme by 2030, and has promised to reduce electricity bills for families, especially on the back of renewable energy.
The new Austral우리카지노ian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) said the price of wind energy has been rising steadily, with the highest electricity prices currently on average being in Victoria at $29.92 per megawatt hour (MWh), but the average price has also risen across t더킹카지노he country.
Solar panels in Perth were the world’s hottest on Tuesday and one local has claimed they can be sold to “buy cheap” in Australia to generate electricity.
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