Ex minister to review albury local govt’s management of public assets for community benefit says ‘the best policy for NSW’ Read more
In 2015, when he was minister of state for the state and territory, Abbott declared a national priority to secure 50% of its electricity to community power stations by 2030, and to ensure that 80% of the state’s electricity came from community power stations by the end of the century.
The same year, the Liberal party formed the Albury Local Government Association. One of the first principles that was adopted by that body was to take a “hard look” at how community power stations could serve the state.
The idea was to ensure that only those with the appropriate financial means and expertise could develop community power stations and that they would be set up at a site selected with the “unanimous consent” of the local community.
One of those community power stations was Burt’s Creek community electricity station in Albury. It was chosen for the Albury Local Government Association’s review. In a move that would have pleased Abbott, it was opened in October 2016 as a community business venture, with a community board, but no community board to oversee the project. It was not, as many have said, an Albury-based venture.
In 2016, a year of hearings and a review and community consultation perio예스카지노d, local leaders asked the State Government to look more closely at the need for community power stations, and recommended that Burt’s Creek would be included. The government complied, and appointed a community board in February this year to oversee the community solar farm, the first of what the community board said would be around 120 planned community solar farms across NSW.
In 2015 and 2016, the community solar farm 더킹카지노received a number of accolades, both positive and negative, but it also attracted criticism for the manner in which it was being run. Its chief executive and two other members were sacked, and it was ultimately closed in August 2017 for $1.50 million, the second of its kind, according to local groups.
The community solar farm was not, according to locals and representatives of those working on it, a new, innovative system in the north of the state and particularly not a greenfield green energy one. It was funded with public money, and would not be open to community participation and local consultation.
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