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Queensland pours $1.5b into energy fund to try to lower bills, hit emissions aim

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“This public investment in storage will make more cheap, clean renewable energy generation possible,” he said.

Jason Lyddieth from the Australian Conservation Foundation hailed it as a significant investment in the move away from coal and positioned the state to become a clean energy…



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