National Energy Guarantee: Why the ACT isn't convinced Malcolm Turnbull's plan will work

Wednesday 1 August 2018

Next week, the Federal Government will ask the states and territories to commit to the National Energy Guarantee (NEG), but the biggest concerns come from the smallest jurisdiction — the Australian Capital Territory.

By combining climate change policy and energy policy, the Turnbull Government believes the NEG can solve the vexing issues that have troubled Australian politics for more than a decade.

But the states and territories in the National Energy Market (all except Western Australia and the Northern Territory) need to agree.

The ACT Climate Change Minister Shane Rattenbury is the man in the middle.

Read the full story on the ABC's website.

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