Renewables decision offers acid test of coalition's green commitment

James S Murray
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The government has perfect opportunity to restore its battered green credentials, but only if it resists calls for deep cuts to renewables incentives

Crunch time is fast approaching. Within the next few weeks the government will confirm its plans for the future of both the Renewables Obligation and feed-in tariff scheme, the two incentive mechanisms...

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