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We need a strong VRET: Greens submission on Renewable Energy Roadmap

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
13 October 2015

Ellen made a submission on behalf of the Victorian Parliamentary Greens to the Andrews Government's Renewable Energy Roadmap. She called for a strong, ambitious renewable energy target that will make Victoria a renewable energy leader.

She also called for:

  • fair treatment and finance for investment in renewables
  • better regulation that encourages community-owned renewables and distributed generation
  • the Government to set the example by powering public buildings with renewable energy
  • replacement of coal-fired power stations with clean energy

Read the Greens' submission.

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
13 October 2015
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