The AGL-led FiT fight

AGL's latest paper questions the use of feed-in tariffs and argues there are many reasons to support a growing renewables push – but the merit order effect isn't one of them.

Is renewable energy really destined to be only a niche contributor – albeit a large niche – in the Australian power generation mix for as far forward as we are prepared to look?

This is an outlook that drives the more eager of the renewables evangelists to paroxysms of annoyance and to hurling accusations of bad faith at anyone who doesn’t share their vision.

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