Australian Federal Politicians Should Consider and Support Renewables

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
October 8, 2017

The West Australian reported that Australian federal politicians are not accepting facts when it comes to the country’s need for a renewable energy future.

Many politicians are on the conservative side and are giving their support to coal and traditional fuels, even if many coal plants will be technically obsolete within 10 years, as stated by the Climate Council.

We have far more renewable resources than we can ever hope to use in this country, but we’ve just got our head in the sand when it comes to rolling out these technologies.

– Andrew Stock, Climate Councilor

Renewables backed by storage are the most affordable, clean and reliable forms of energy any Australian can hope to get.

Click here to read the full story on The West Australian

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