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Synergy wants to build a new wind farm to meet renewable energy target obligations, but does not want the debt burden.

Synergy privatisation deal faces rule change risk

Changes to the accounting treatment of leases to be introduced next year could pose problems for the state government’s financial boffins, bringing numerous contracts onto agency balance sheets, including potentially $1.3 billion worth in the case of power generator Synergy.

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