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NO FUTURE IN GAS

Renewables provide the cheapest source of energy and are creating the energy jobs of the present AND the future.

Yet, our State Government has given the go ahead to open up polluting gas fields and a mega gas import terminal that will have little to no impact on our gas bills but a huge impact on our climate. To cut power prices, we need to invest in renewables and help get Brunswick and Victoria off gas. Download our fact sheet here. 

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We have a plan to create jobs, eliminate expensive gas bills and move to more reliable and sustainable sources of energy.

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