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Investment in large-scale renewables hits lowest level since 2017

QUARTER 2 this year saw the lowest level of large-scale renewable energy projects being committed in Australia since 2017, with a 46% fall compared to the previous quarter, according to data from the Clean Energy Council.

But COVID-19 is not to blame

But COVID-19 is not to blame

Total investment came to A$600 million, according to the CEC analysis which attributed the fall to grid-connection challenges, unpredictable federal policy interventions and underinvestment in network...

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