Our Future: From coal community to renewable pioneers in Latrobe Valley

By Gene Efron
October 15 2017 - 9:25pm
From coal community to pioneers of renewables
From coal community to pioneers of renewables

The closure of Victoria’s largest coal-fired power station in March, Hazelwood, was expected to unsettle the Latrobe Valley following decades of coal dependency. Instead, it transformed the region into a leading advocate for renewable energy; a shining example for other communities.

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