Energy green paper scores 'pass' on electricity, 'fail' on climate

Ian Macfarlane's energy green paper scores a 'C' for electricity and an 'A-minus' for gas. But in an industry where predictability is critical to investment decisions, its silence on climate is unacceptable.

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The Energy Green Paper 2014 released this week by federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane provides more clear direction and coverage of critical policy issues than did its 2012 predecessor.

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