Opinion

Phillip O'Neill writes: When called on to deliver actual things - think computers in schools, insulation bats, defence procurement . . . and, now, a National Energy Market - the federal government demonstrates dreadful incapacity

By Phillip O'Neill
June 19 2022 - 8:00pm
Australia's frustrating road to its winter of discontent

This energy crisis is most peculiar, for Australia has abundant coal, gas, petroleum, sun, wind, tides, even snowmelt. We have an entire continent of these things, with the need to service only 10 million households and a small number of industrialists, like Tomago Aluminium.

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