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To really address climate change, Australia could make 27 times as much electricity and make it renewable

By Paul Burke, Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Emma Aisbett, Fellow, Australian National University
Ken Baldwin, Inaugural Director, ANU Grand Challenge, Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia Pacific, Australian National University
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Australia could use about 7,000 terawatt-hours of solar and wind generation per annum to make a sizeable contribution to cutting global emissions – about 27 times its current electricity output.The Conversation

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