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Promote Clean Energy for Sustainable Development
Energy alone produces almost 70% of the total Green House Gas emissions in Australia. Whilst electricity is the largest sub-sector that contributes almost one-third of the emissions, the share of Renewable Energy in the total electricity generation mix is less than 20%. Similarly, in the year 2019, transport (ground, aviation and water) produced 99.9 Million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (Mt CO2-e) emissions to the Australian sky with an average annual emission growth rate (since 2010) of 1.2%.
Considering the facts, our efforts should be focused on increasing share of renewables in the Australian electricity market, demand-side management, driving more electric vehicles and establishing solar powered charging stations.

Data Source: Australian Government, Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources.