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Life after coal: the South Australian city leading the way

19.07.2018
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It was a coal town, predicted to be wiped out by the closure of two ageing power plants. Now Port Augusta has 13 renewable projects in trainThe largest solar farm in the southern hemisphere lies on arid land at the foot of the Flinders Ranges, more than 300km north of Adelaide. If that sounds remote, it doesn't do justice to how removed local residents feel from what currently qualifies as debate in Canberra.As government MPs and national newspapers thundered over whether taxpayers should underwrite new coal-fired power, mauling advice from government agencies as they went, residents of South Australia's Upper Spencer Gulf region have been left to ponder why decision-makers weren't paying attention to what is happening in their backyard. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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