The Liberal party is self-destructing over energy. Here's what you need to know

[unable to retrieve full-text content]The Liberal party is self-destructing over energy. Here's what you need to know  The GuardianAustralia's Malcolm Turnbull shelves flagship energy policy  Financial TimesEnergy policy replaced by 'big stick' politics  The Australian Financial ReviewDivision on whether energy policy lives  Bega District NewsFull coverage Source link

Minimizing the downsides of the energy transition

August 20, 2018 — Transitions by definition are disruptive. Whether it’s switching jobs, electing new leaders, passing laws or adopting innovative technologies, some people gain while others lose. So it’s no surprise that, just as manure shovel manufacturers found the switch to horseless carriages shaking up their world, the

Malcolm Turnbull to face party-room reckoning after energy U-turn

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Malcolm Turnbull to face party-room reckoning after energy U-turn  The GuardianAustralia's Malcolm Turnbull shelves flagship energy policy  Financial TimesEnergy industry in sharp rebuff to forced sell-off policy  The Sydney Morning HeraldMalcolm Turnbull faces serious threat of leadership challenge  NEWS.com.auTony Abbott urges PM to 'create a policy contest on energy,

Australia's Malcolm Turnbull shelves flagship energy policy

Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s prime minister, has shelved his government’s flagship energy policy, threatened to break up power companies and dumped national emissions targets in a dramatic bid to stave off a leadership challenge from disgruntled conservatives within his own party. The electricity market intervention follows a bruising debate over climate

Turnbull just showed what happens when 'ideology and idiocy take charge of energy policy'

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Turnbull just showed what happens when 'ideology and idiocy take charge of energy policy'  The GuardianAustralia's Turnbull drops key energy policy to shore up support  Financial TimesEnergy industry in sharp rebuff to forced sell-off policy  The Sydney Morning HeraldMalcolm Turnbull's leadership on knife edge as rebel numbers swell  The

Australia's Turnbull drops key energy policy to shore up support

Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s prime minister, has shelved his government’s flagship energy policy and threatened to break up energy companies in a dramatic bid to stave off a leadership challenge from disgruntled conservatives in his own party. The threat of market intervention in the electricity market follows a bruising debate