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WA Labor has had a change of heart over its renewables target.

Labor’s renewables conundrum

ANALYSIS: Why has WA Labor dumped its proposed 50 per cent renewable energy target for the state by 2030, at the same time as the party’s federal leader, Bill Shorten, is promoting the figure as a national goal?

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Interesting. However, this may only amount to short term pre-election posturing given that the current Treasurer and Energy Minister, Mike Nahan suggested that "WA’s daytime electricity needs would be completely generated by solar PV within 10 years." And there is nothing to suggest this is not still the case given that West Australian's installed solar panels at a record rate in 2016.

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