Ahead of a March election, the South Australian Labor government has said it will increase its renewable energy target to 75% by 2025 and implement 750MW of “renewable storage” if re-elected.

South Australia has already more or less surpassed its previous 50% renewable energy target – the government tabs it at 48.9% - and is in the midst of a major investment surge in alternative energy technologies, including energy storage. The new target includes wind, solar, pumped hydro and hydrogen among others.

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