An Andrews Labor Government will make Newstead, on the Loddon River, Victoria’s first ‘Solar Town’ by transitioning it to renewable energy.
Community run and owned renewable energy projects are back on the agenda, under an Andrews Labor Government.
After four years of Napthine Government red tape and restrictions, Labor will get our wind energy industry back up and running, employing thousands of Victorians and creating energy for Victorian homes.
Energy companies who systematically break the law such as changing contracts or change billing periods without explicit customer consent will be named and shamed and face fines up to $20,000 under an Andrews Labor Government.
Victorian Labor has introduced amendments to a Napthine Government bill that will abolish the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET).
Denis Napthine wants a renewable energy scheme to fund non-renewable energy.
Denis Napthine has abandoned the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET), which helps people save energy and save money on their bills.
The Napthine Government ignored at least six warnings about the worsening condition of the Hazelwood mine’s northern batter.
Denis Napthine has killed off Victoria’s renewable energy industry.
The Napthine Government and Minister for Energy, Nick Kotsiras, continue to be silent on increasing cost pressures facing Victorians.
The Napthine Government’s review into the mining of coal seam gas chaired by former Federal Liberal Party Minister, Peter Reith, has been a complete failure in public consultation.
The Baillieu Government is trailing the nation on delivering a secure, affordable and renewable energy future for Victoria.
Regional and Rural Victoria has missed out on billions of investment dollars due to the Baillieu Government’s anti-renewable energy policy.
Baillieu Government inaction is costing some families hundreds of dollars each year in higher energy bills.
The Baillieu Government needs to outline whether Victoria will have enough energy supply to meet demand if the Yallourn power station continues to run at a reduced capacity.
The Baillieu Government needs to outline whether it will support Victorian Labor’s move to establish a parliamentary inquiry into unconventional gas explorations, including coal seam gas (CSG), in regional and rural Victoria.
The Baillieu Government has failed to notify many Victorians who could be hit with extended power outages under new changes introduced on Monday.
The Baillieu Government has failed to announce which communities could have their electricity turned off for extended periods of time during high fire danger periods despite the new scheme beginning tomorrow.