Energy still fuels debate

Update about moves to reduce coal fired power, promoting trigeneration for business and city blocks but still no progress about power sharing on existing poles and wires. This amounts to a transition to gas although it does emphasise biogas from waste.

Also at The Age “New Energy Efficiency loan program launched” which is CEFC partnered with Commonwelath Bank, $50M each to enable loans to medium sized business $500k to $5M.

>readmore> TheAge


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