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The Guardian: Japanese Green Energy Targets Threaten Australia’s Gas Exports

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According to The Guardian, Japanese offshore wind power and hydrogen will replace Australian natural gas exports at a faster rate than the Aussie government expects. But if there is such a market for green energy, why is government intervention required to realise this “opportunity”?

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