Climate Change Authority backs Renewable Energy Target

The Climate Change Authority (CCA) has recommended that the government retain its renewable energy target (RET), which aims to source 20% of Australia's energy from renewable sources by 2020, a decision that has been welcomed as providing stability to the industry.

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