The initial stages of cleantech in Australia were filled with enthusiasm and good intentions, steered by visionary entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, who were poised to provide the remedy to address climate change. While the significance of renewable technologies is now indisputable, it is crucial to recognise the hurdles and constraints they face, coupled with the cost of the monumental task of transitioning to Net Zero.
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