Brown coal cops a blow

New data show total emissions continuing to drop in Australia, led by "unprecedented" softness in electricity demand. Crucially, the burden of output reduction has now shifted to Victorian brown coal generators.

The following is the latest report on Australia's energy emissions from pitt&sherry.

Total emissions continue to fall and, for the year ended September 2012, they were 2 million tonnes CO2-e lower than they were in the year ended July 2012. This is equivalent to a decrease of 0.6 per cent.

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