Head of Energy Security Board calls for ‘agreed national emissions reduction trajectory’ among federal, state and territory governments

The Morrison government appears to be inching closer to committing to net zero emissions by 2050 as it comes under growing international pressure over climate policy, a top energy adviser has said.

Kerry Schott, head of the government’s Energy Security Board (ESB), called for national unity on energy policy after the body published a new report citing differences among Australian governments as a “challenge” to the national electricity market.

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