States agree to let energy guarantee go out for consultation, provided Josh Frydenberg gets party room agreement on emissions reductions

The Commonwealth and the states have agreed to keep talking on the national energy guarantee – keeping the policy alive – but a final process of determination could take several weeks.

In a partial step back from some of the brinkmanship of the week leading up to Friday’s meeting of the Coag energy council in Sydney, the energy minister Josh Frydenberg and his state and territory counterparts agreed to inch forward on the policy, rather than torpedo it.

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