Queensland’s energy revolution

The Palaszczuk government in Queensland came into power with a policy for 50 per cent renewable energy by 2030. Giles Parkinson says:

    The state of Queensland appears ready to embark on what could be one of the most radical transformations of its electricity network ever undertaken – even by standards of ambitious mandates in places such as California, Germany and Denmark.

Plans include solar, wind, pumped storage, bioenergy and an enhanced research capacity. Continue reading Queensland’s energy revolution