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Australian farmers call for renewable energy zones as Nationals push coal and nuclear – The Guardian

National Farmers Federation and business groups call for pandemic recovery regionalisation strategy

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Renewable energy zones must be at the centre of any regionalisation agenda, the National Farmers Federation has said.
In a policy paper released on Tuesday, the NFF makes the call for renewable energy to be part of new investment to address the $3.8bn annual shortfall in infrastructure in regional Australia.
The paper, which makes no mention of coal or nuclear energy supporting jobs in the regions, comes as the Nationals push for the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in those technologies.

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