Comment: Turnbull's energy quagmire

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has “drawn the battle lines” on energy policy declaring strong support for gas and coal, but an internal push to dump the Renewable Energy Target, the cost of clean coal plants and the destabilising effect of ramping up renewables makes his balancing act one few would envy.

  • Anthony Barich
  • 03 February 2017
  • 10:19
  • News
 Comment: Turnbull's energy quagmire
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