Dubbo becomes the 27th council to sign onto solar initiative

By Jennifer Hoar
July 1 2015 - 6:30pm
SEXI coordinator Matt Parmeter and federal Greens senator for NSW Lee Rhiannon want the federal government to commit up to $200 million to the SEXI proposal, which would see solar energy projects spring up across inland NSW. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
Federal Greens senator for NSW Lee Rhiannon and SEXI coordinator Matt Parmeter want the federal government to commit up to $200 million to the SEXI proposal, which would see solar energy projects spring up across inland NSW. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
Federal Greens senator for NSW Lee Rhiannon and SEXI coordinator Matt Parmeter want the federal government to commit up to $200 million to the SEXI proposal, which would see solar energy projects spring up across inland NSW. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

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SEXI coordinator Matt Parmeter and federal Greens senator for NSW Lee Rhiannon want the federal government to commit up to $200 million to the SEXI proposal, which would see solar energy projects spring up across inland NSW. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
SEXI coordinator Matt Parmeter and federal Greens senator for NSW Lee Rhiannon want the federal government to commit up to $200 million to the SEXI proposal, which would see solar energy projects spring up across inland NSW. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO has become the latest council to throw its support behind a proposal which could see the region become a leader in Australia's renewable energy economy.

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