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Is there an alternative to 10,000 kilometres of new transmission lines? Yes – but you may not like it

By Magnus Söderberg, Professor & Director, Centre for Applied Energy Economics and Policy Research, Griffith University
Phillip Wild, Senior Research Fellow, CAEEPR, Griffith University
Building transmission lines is often controversial. Farmers who agree to host new lines on their property may be paid, while other community members protest against the visual intrusion. Pushback against new lines has slowed development and forced the government to promise more consultation.

It’s not a new problem. Communities questionedThe Conversation

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