Plan to scrap our renewable energy target and keep coal power stations polluting for longer.
- Plan to scrap the Victorian Renewable Energy Target, sabotaging local clean energy jobs and increasing pollution
- Voted against an increase to the solar feed-in tariff and would scrap half-price solar for 650,000 homes
- Vowed to keep polluting coal-burning power stations open
- Want to build a new polluting coal or gas power station
- Voted against Victoria’s Climate Change Act
- Promised to speed up onshore and offshore gas drilling
- $10,000 grants to help 700 Victorian state schools install solar
- Supported the ban on fracking and unconventional gas extraction
- No clear position on AGL’s proposal to build a damaging gas import terminal, though local MP opposed
Plans to install solar on 650,000 homes and reach 40% renewable energy by 2025.
- 40% renewable energy by 2025 and 50% by 2030 under Victorian Renewable Energy Target
- Half-price solar panels for 650,000 homes, and half-price battery storage for 10,000 homes
- Funding for 50,000 rental homes to receive solar panels
- $1000 off solar hot water systems for 60,000 homes
- Increased feed-in tariffs so homes with solar get a fairer price for electricity they provide to the grid
- Strengthened Victoria’s Climate Change Act and passed a law for zero emissions by 2050
- Banned fracking and unconventional gas extraction
- Have encouraged offshore gas drilling and a coal-to-hydrogen project
- Welcomed AGL’s plan to build a damaging gas import terminal in Westernport Bay
Plan for 100% renewable energy by 2030, with publicly owned wind and solar farms.
- 100% renewable energy by 2030, including $9 billion worth of publicly owned large-scale renewable energy
- Want to increase the Victorian Renewable Energy Target
- Plan to help renters, public housing tenants and apartment dwellers access solar and energy efficiency
- All new homes required to have solar panels or solar hot water systems
- Solar panels and batteries on Victoria’s 1531 public schools
- Voted for Victoria’s Climate Change Act
- Supported the ban on fracking and would extend ban to all new gas projects, including offshore
- Clear timeline to close Victoria’s remaining coal-burning power stations
- Opposed AGL’s proposal to build a damaging gas import terminal
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