Melbourne councils band together to buy 100GW of clean energy direct

Group hopes to kick-start wind and solar projects that have stalled because of uncertainty over the renewable energy target

A group of Melbourne councils are banding together to bypass the renewable policies of the state and federal governments and directly appeal to clean-energy providers.

In what could evolve into a national initiative to directly boost renewable energy uptake, the City of Melbourne, City of Maribyrnong and City Of Yarra will open a dialogue with clean energy producers ahead of a potential full tender process.

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