Australia's Clean Energy Future

Australia’s Clean Energy Future

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Australia has the resources and know-how to change the way we generate and use energy. Right now, countrywide, there are thousands of people learning about and working in a range of areas to help build our clean energy future.

People from Alice Springs to King Island are embarking in exciting projects and technologies.

Many Australians are motivated and proud to be working together to be a part of Australia’s clean energy future.

For more information, go to www.cleanenergyfuture.gov.au

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Many Australians are motivated and proud to be working together to be a part of Australia's clean energy future.

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