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The Australian Labor Party has released its plan to reduce emissions and boost renewable energy initiatives.
Local organisations will come together to form three new regional hydrogen technology clusters in Western Australia and Queensland.
The Victorian Government has announced $5 million for a fast-charging network and $3 million for new charging grants.
The Marinus Link has awarded a milestone tender in the project’s design and approval phase, with the $5.5 million contract awarded for underwater geotechnical surveys, defining the route for the project’s cable.
The Australian Energy Market Commission has made a final rule to make it easier for Australians entering the battery and hybrid systems market, aiming to increase competition and drive down costs.
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