Manufacturers' peace plan for RET dead on arrival

The government has been offered a pathway for achieving a compromise on the large scale RET that everyone should be able to agree on, if only logic prevailed. But it already looks dead in the water.

Representatives of the aluminium, steel, cement, oil and gas sectors and, notably for Jacqui Lambie, the Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council have written a letter to the Prime Minister and Labor Leader Bill Shorten that could provide a middle road pathway to a compromise agreement on the Renewable Energy Target. However feedback from a range of sources suggest it won’t fly.

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