HOGSBACK

Govt coal denial gives cold comfort this winter

CASH-strapped governments who flogged the family silver to pay for their extravagance and poor financial management should not lay the blame on coal producers when the price of power goes up.

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Selling these energy assets has greatly reduced the NSW government’s ability to influence energy policy.

Selling these energy assets has greatly reduced the NSW government’s ability to influence energy policy.

If anything, Hogsback reckons governments should have been more prudent and foreseen the extra demand for coal-fired electricity over the coming decade and facilitated more power stations.    New South...

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