Very well articulated, Jimmy … as usual. We most certainly do …

Comment on ‘China visit focus should be on renewables, not fossil fuels’ by Phil Walcott.

Very well articulated, Jimmy … as usual.
We most certainly do need to focus on the present and future development of abundant renewable energy opportunities. For Alice Springs (the capital of Central Australia as described by the Chief Minister) to become the destined Solar Centre of Excellence in the NT, efforts must be strengthened to create that reality.
I fully understand that to segue from a reliance on fossil fuel energy to those that are renewable is a delicate tightrope for Mr Gunner to walk. He is a smart young man however and should, in cohort with others, find ways to better achieve the switch sooner rather than later.

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