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Morrison-Berejiklian energy deal

Morrison-Berejiklian energy deal: Opportunity for renewables or climate deal with the devil?

An energy deal struck between the Morrison and Berejiklian governments that will see more than $2 billion invested to increase gas supply and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector has prompted a flurry of reactions that boil down to two conflicting interpretations of its purpose.


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