- Dec 1, 2021 5:30 pm GMT
South Australia has seen wind and solar increasingly contribute to its total energy supply. In the last year, 62% of energy demand came from these two renewable sources. The state’s target is to achieve 100% reliance on renewables by 2030, although that timetable appears to be accelerating with the milestone being achieved as early as 2025.
South Australia's success in combatting climate change is countered by national climate policies that are weak to non-existent.
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