Report suggests renewables roadmap for West Kimberley 

SUSTAINABLE Energy Networks’ new report, commissioned by The Wilderness Society, Environs Kimberley and anti-fraccing group Lock the Gate Alliance, suggests that communities across the West Kimberley could save $14 million a year via a switch to renewable energy. 

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Wind and solar could power remote West Kimberley communities

 
The Kimberley Clean Energy Roadmap also suggests a switch from the 94% fossil fuel energy mix of now could generate 160 jobs in the region and an additional 20 in wider Western Australia. 
 
Lock the Gate has campaigned against both fraccing in WA, protesting Buru's unconventional Yulleroo development, and also led the campaign against Santos' proposed CSG development in Narrabri, New South Wales, which is still subject to state government approvals. 
 
The plan has been supported by Western Australian Scientist of the Year Professor Peter Newman. 
 
"SEN's innovative modelling system is well respected in the industry as is their analysis. This roadmap provides u...