Daily briefs: SA cuts battery subsidies after 'unprecedented uptake'

Queensland Energy Minister Anthony Lynham

Queensland Energy Minister Anthony Lynham won't contest his seat in next month's state election. Image credit: Sarah Marshall/AAP

By Sophie Boot
Thu 10 September 2020

South Australian Minister for Energy and Mining Dan van Holst Pellekaan cut the maximum subsidy for home batteries, saying uptake had been "unprecedented".[.....]

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