April 5, 2012

Australian Clean Energy Finance Faces Murky Future

ABC, Australian Broadcasting Company


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CHRIS UHLMANN, PRESENTER: It all seemed such a fine idea: promising a clean green energy future for Australia, but the Gillard Government's clean energy program just keeps hitting hurdles. The carbon tax is still in the wars and the billion-dollar solar flagship program has failed to get off the drawing board, as we reported last week. Now the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, which is supposed to help kick-start $100 billion of investment, is under fire. . .

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