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Hydrogen, batteries, green steel, carbon capture and storage, and soil carbon are the big roadmap winners; voters aren't keen on a gas recovery; and the second round of Victorian energy auctions could buy battery services, not just renewables.
The Prime Minister insists gas "chose itself" ahead of the government's technology roadmap release; research says Marinus Link could drive up Tasmanian power prices; and Glencore says its huge Queensland coal project can't be blocked by UniSuper.
Angus Taylor argues industry critics of the government's gas plan just want to keep prices high; Anthony Albanese says Labor is working on medium term emission targets; and the Liddell Taskforce report pushes for policy certainty.
Australia and Germany plan to study the future for renewable hydrogen trade; Westpac's CEO dodges questions on Whitehaven Coal; and the IEA says governments around the world must take rapid action on emissions.