South Australia Makes Strides in Renewable Energy Generation
While Australia’s national climate policy has remained wanting, this has not been the case for all the states, or territories. In particular, South Australia managed to have renewables provide 60% of their electricity supply just last year. This is compared to them generating all of their energy from fossil fuels less than two decades ago. If South Australia can make this kind of progress, what’s stopping the rest of Australia?
Drive spoke to Dr Michael McGreevy, Research Associate at Flinders University, to discuss how successful renewable energy transitions can be made possible.