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Scott Morrison signs $1bn deal to shore up energy reliability in South Australia – The Guardian

Federal-state deal will lower power prices, PM says, unlock gas supplies and start work on an interconnector between SA and NSW

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EnergyFederal-state deal will lower power prices, PM says, unlock gas supplies and start work on an interconnector between SA and NSW
Australian Associated Press
Sun 18 Apr 2021 04.03 BST
The federal government has signed a $1bn deal with South Australia to reduce the cost and boost the reliability of energy supplies.
The prime minister, Scott Morrison, announced the deal on Sunday. It will include a $660m commitment from the commonwealth and $422m from the state government.
It will pursue initiatives…

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