- Sep 29, 2021 4:03 pm GMT
I'm not really following this claim that this is a "world first." Yes, it is an important investment on behalf of the government to incentivize residential adoption of renewable energy technology, but plenty of governments offer financial incentives to encourage technologies such as solar adoption. What would be a "world first" is if 70% of the residents in this 8-million person state bought in to this program. Now THAT would significantly alter New South Whales' power landscape.
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