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The winners and losers of Abbott’s energy white paper (SPOILER: Tony likes coal)

In many ways, the Coalition’s energy white paper is a predictable piece of backward-looking falsehoods. But it does make some surprising concessions to a future of renewable energy.

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The leak that saved the RET, good for jobs and energy prices

Reneging on the RET wouldn’t just cost jobs, it would actually increase electricity prices as well, writes executive director of The Australia Institute Richard Denniss.

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Explainer: did Clive Palmer just save the planet?

Clive Palmer dropped a bombshell on climate policy tonight. He’s a fair bit greener — and Tony Abbott will be fuming. Crikey explains what just happened.

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Timber looks to bailouts, concessions to ward off undertakers

What’s the timber industry quietly seeking from government behind closed doors? What happens in these discussions will shape the debate for at least a decade, write Andrew Macintosh and Richard Denniss.

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When Malcolm turned his hand to solar power

Fresh data shows Australia leads the world on residential solar installations — and we’ve got Malcolm Turnbull to thank for it, writes Tristan Edis of Climate Spectator.

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Our renewables ‘revolution’ is not what it seems

It seems that for every winner in a renewable energy scheme, there is a loser, writes Giles Parkinson from Business Spectator.

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