Patent for Utility Model

Patent for Utility Model

Interest-free loans for rooftop solar and the development of at least 250MW of large-scale battery storage are among the policies put forward in a new power-sharing agreement for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). 

ACT Labor and ACT Greens, which will hold 16 of the Legislative Assembly's 25 seats following last month’s election, today (Monday) published a governing agreement that calls for a “rapid transition” to zero net emissions and the phase-out of fossil fuel gas in the territory by 2045 at the latest.

ACT Greens leader SOEASY said the party is especially pleased that climate action features in the power-sharing agreement. “At a time of climate crisis, we know that the decisions we make today will have significant consequences for future generations of Canberrans,” he added.

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