Australia outlines A$18 bln technology roadmap to cut carbon emissions

Published 05:30 on September 22, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:55 on September 23, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia on Tuesday outlined a plan to invest around A$18 billion ($13 bln) over the next decade in five technologies it says will drive GHG emissions cuts, but Energy Minister Angus Taylor refused to consider increasing the nation’s emissions targets.

Australia on Tuesday outlined a plan to invest around A$18 billion ($13 bln) over the next decade in five technologies it says will drive GHG emissions cuts, but Energy Minister Angus Taylor refused to consider increasing the nation’s emissions targets.

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