No time to waste for NSW on generation and transmission coordination

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NSW energy department official Chloe Hicks says the state 'needs to start soon' on coordinating generation and investment, with fossil fuel generation slated to come offline within the next two decades. Image credit: screen shot

The clean energy industry is excited by New South Wales’ planned changes to encourage new renewables online, which the government says can't come a moment too soon.[.....]

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