Half a billion dollars in clean energy funding would be used to back carbon capture and storage under a renewed Morrison government proposal.
The Morrison government is again trying to change the law to let Australia's green bank invest in controversial carbon capture and storage technology under a $1 billion fund.
It would give the Clean Energy Finance Corporation an additional $500 million to help fund small-scale start-ups considered too risky for private finance.
The coalition plans to introduce legislation into parliament before the next election due by May 2022.
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