Conservative politics ... a mining-renewables matchmaker?

The times are now right for a renewables leap of faith in the mining sector, and conservative governments are perfectly placed to lead the way.

A little over a week ago I sat in the audience of the All Energy Conference listening to the finance and investment session by Rob Macalister from Gulf Savannah Development, a Queensland-based NGO whose charter it is to facilitate the development of energy across the northern part of Queensland. As I did this I could not help but think that both the renewable energy sector and the conservative governments at both state and federal level might not be missing a trick here.


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