Australia should consider public tech investments in Safeguard facilities, green group says

Published 08:26 on September 20, 2022  /  Last updated at 08:26 on September 20, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

The most polluting facilities covered under Australia's Safeguard Mechanism should not be given special regulatory treatment, according to an environmental group, instead calling for the government to offer strictly limited technology investments as part of a broader shakeup of the scheme.

The most polluting facilities covered under Australia’s Safeguard Mechanism should not be given special regulatory treatment, according to an environmental group, instead calling for the government to offer strictly limited technology investments as part of a broader shakeup of the scheme.

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