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As the world battles to slash carbon emissions, Australia considers paying dirty coal stations to stay open longer

By Tim Nelson, Associate Professor of Economics, Griffith University
Joel Gilmore, Associate Professor, Griffith University
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Major coal generators say the proposal will help shore up energy supplies. But opponents say it will pay coal plants for simply existing and delay the clean energy transition.

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