Staying in love with the RET

Ahead of the Renewable Energy Target Review, Climate Spectator spoke to key stakeholders on their position on the bipartisan policy. Is support waning or is it as strong as ever?

In August the Climate Change Authority will issue a discussion paper which will call for submissions to the Renewable Energy Target Review. A final report will be handed to the government in December.

Climate Spectator however, got a bit eager and wanted to find out what various stakeholders were (or weren't) preparing as Clean Energy Week gets into full swing. Is the RET as widely supported as it once was?

For now Origin Energy is the only active player calling for changes, but with the likes of TRUenergy and the Business Council of Australia still to form their positions, Origin could yet be joined by some powerful players.


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