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Australia passes RET, unblocks A$14b in projects

Legislation on renewable energy target ends months of policy uncertainty that has paralysed investment in renewable energy projects

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called wind farms ugly and noisy. His government outlined plans last week to appoint a commissioner to review wind farms.


WIND and solar developers in Australia can now get to work on more than A$14 billion (S$14.5 billion) in projects after a new renewable energy target (RET) passed Parliament.

Acciona SA, the Spanish clean energy company, will start talks with banks and retailers as it

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