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aussie industry runs out of steam - ban on electric hot water systems 'to cost jobs' | adelaide now -g-icon-error cloudy-day nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right na

by:HICOOL     2019-09-03
aussie industry runs out of steam - ban on electric hot water systems \'to cost jobs\' | adelaide now -g-icon-error cloudy-day nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right na  -  in a heat pump
According to one of the industry's leading manufacturers, if the federal Labor program prohibits electric hot water systems, work will be sent overseas and Australian factories will be closed.
In the green energy initiative, the Australian Rhine group said that in the long run, this will force struggling households to install cheaper and more expensive hot water equipment, "in an emergency, people go low-
Cost options and transfer to natural gas-
A connecting LPG bottle of about $100 is twice the price (as much)to run (as)off-
Gareth Jennings, head of government relations at Rhine, said.
"These regulations are conducive to gas equipment, and the cheapest and smallest gas equipment comes from Japan and China.
He said: "Since the ban, the market for South Australia to import natural gas has soared.
Earlier, critics revealed that under the government's green plan, families in the new state will be given a heavy punch of about $1400 to replace electric hot water tanks with units with lower energy consumption.
Jennings said the Australian Rhine group supported the ban, but past environmental policies led to the failure of the ban.
"In 2009, when the federal solar rebate increased and the state government also received the rebate, our heat pump production line was expanded to take advantage of the reward.
"We improved our manufacturing capacity, but the market fell by 70 when the rebate was canceled," he said . ".
A spokesman for Mark dreyforth, secretary of the climate change and energy parliament, said whether the second phase of the plan is scheduled to be launched next year depends on the new state government.
"Electric hot water system phase-
"Going out is a problem under national legislation," she said . ".
A spokeswoman for the new State Office of Environment and Heritage said the state government is still "in consultation with the industry to ensure adequate preparation for any change ".
The policy sparked an angry reaction on the site, and most of the comments laughed at it for being "disjointed", "stupid" and "terrible ".
"Do we have free pink cotton wool," one reader said ? "out.
"I live in Warragamba and we don't have gas," Debbie said . ".
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