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The transition to solar and wind can give regional Australian families certainty that there will be jobs and economic growth in their local communities for decades to come. Now is the time to leverage the renewables boom into the best possible outcomes for farmers, landholders and locals.

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Better Practice Renewables and Biodiversity: Opportunities for Collaboration Guide

February 27, 2024

The intersecting crises of accelerating climate change and ecosystem decline present a challenge for the switch to renewable energy. We need to build new infrastructure to replace fossil fuels and at the same time, improve and protect our natural environment by reducing the impacts...

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Here we go again: Busting myths and misinformation on the Victorian blackouts

February 16, 2024

Storms caused one of the largest outage events in Victoria’s history last week, resulting in half a million people going without power. Almost as damaging is the predictable political debate and the swift publication of mis (and dis) information about the role renewables played...

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Community engagement has no cookie-cutter approach: It’s time to start listening

February 07, 2024

– Andrew Bray, National Director, RE-Alliance. The start of the 2024 federal parliamentary year has brought the building of new energy infrastructure across rural and regional Australia into sharp focus. The majority of regional Australians want renewable energy for the benefits it will bring...

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