The infographics flow for Simon’s renewables announcement

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WITH today’s announcement of another wind power auction to bring a great deal of renewable energy to the Canberra market there has also been a slew of social media infographics from Government MLA’s.

We suspect it’s a sign of things to come.


Two from Simon:


One from Mick Gentleman:


Andrew Barr only tweeted a link to his tumblr on the subject but had a different style of image there.

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Meegan Fitzharris confined herself to retweeting WIN News’ enthusiasm:


Three MLAs remained silent on the subject:

  • Chris Bourke
  • Joy Burch
  • Mary Porter

Cabinet member and Green Shane Rattenbury has been silent on the subject, at least on Twitter.


UPDATE: Chief Minister Barr has got with the program and nabbed Simon’s imagery:


FURTHER UPDATE: Joy Burch has joined the fray.

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