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Australia's first offshore wind farm bill was a long time coming, but here are 4 reasons it's not up to scratch yet

By Madeline Taylor, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie University
Tina Soliman Hunter, Professor of Energy and Natural Resources Law, Macquarie University
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After years of waiting, the federal government finally introduced Australia’s first offshore electricity legislation in parliament yesterday. The bill will establish a regulatory framework for the offshore wind industry, paving the way for more than ten proposed projects.

Australia’s wind resources are among the world’s best, comparable to the North Sea between Britain and Europe where offshore energy is an


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