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Us pga season shortening could help australia see fewer power cuts Posted Adelaide might just have found a cheaper way to cut power costs, under new federal policy. It is one of the government’s most significant policy announcements in a decade. The federal government is giving the electricity sector until 2021 to ensure more renewable generation is built and replaced with more electricity supplied from cleaner sources. But some experts are worried that changes in regulation and prices will slow the pace of changes. “There has been a reduction in investment in coal, gas and nuclear plants, and that’s the primary reason for our low capacity utilisation,” South Australian MP Mark McGowan said. “As we move to renewables there’s also a concern about power demand growth from a growing population. “That creates new potential for cost control for a couple of years and then it’s back to grid growth.” Mr McGowan and two fellow Greens co-debates from the Liberal National Party have launched the SA Climate Coalition for Energy for SA. They believe more policy support is needed to meet the demand대전 출장 마사지s of a growing population and the increasing electricit울산출장마사지y demand expected in SA. They want the federal Government to take some action to ease concerns about the future of our electricity supply. Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg said a move by South Australia to adopt zero emissions energy would be a priority, as the country continues to face increasing electricity demand. He said that it would be the start of a long-term investment that would also help to provide more jobs and improve health. “South Australia is the most advanced state in Australia. It’s got all the infrastructure infrastructure that it needs for power generation,” Mr Frydenberg said. “But I think it’s also important that we look at how we will meet our energy needs in future generations. “If we’re a cleaner Australia then we’re all going to use less of it – for business, for families, for our environment – and that’s very important to me. “It’s an exciting time to be in a world where we’re going to have renewables replacing coal. I think South Australia is an example of the world’s best example for how we can be a part of that shift.

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