Analysis reveals renewable pipeline to save Qlders $500 per year

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New modelling shows the thirteen new solar and wind farms likely to be built in Queensland over the next three years will reduce wholesale electricity prices by $90/MWh, or an average of $500 per household annually, compared to business as usual.

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