Labor returns to renewable energy target talks armed with Coalition’s own advice

Government insists on an effective cut to clean energy scheme, despite its climate advisory body concluding the opposite

Labor is set to resume talks with the government over the future of the renewable energy target (RET), but insists the Coalition needs to alter its negotiating position to fall in line with its own climate advisory body.

A Climate Change Authority (CCA) review of the RET, released on Monday, concluded that the scheme should not be cut, although it should be deferred by “up to three years” in order to restore investor confidence.

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