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Renewable Energy

The Australian government has announced a substantial A$22.7 billion ($15.0 billion) investment package to enhance domestic manufacturing and renewable energy sectors. This initiative aims to reduce Australia’s dependence on foreign suppliers, boost economic resilience, and position the nation as a leader in the global transition to net zero. Key investments include $3.2 billion for the commercialization of renewable energy technologies, $7 billion for critical minerals production incentives, and significant funding for hydrogen production and workforce development. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese highlighted the plan’s focus on maximizing economic and industrial benefits from the global move to net zero, ensuring Australia’s competitive edge in a changing global landscape.

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