'Thirty thousand SA households could not get through watching one episode of Australia's Ninja Warrior with this big battery, so let's not pretend it is a solution.' Mr Musk was confused as to what the Big Banana actually was, but admitted criticism from Australia's government go to him.
'I didn't realise there was this big battle going on, I just didn't know,' he said on Sunday night's program. It can be a little disheartening, yeah.' The government is sticking to its guns, with Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg saying it wasn't enough to stop another blackout.
Mr Musk said Australia was 'perfect' for solar power and not only could it get all its energy from solar, wind, and other renewables - it could even export it.
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But he didn't realise he was walking into a political firestorm that saw his ambitious project mercilessly mocked by the Federal Government.
'By all means, have the world's biggest battery, have the world's biggest banana, have the world's biggest prawn like we have on the roadside around the country, but that is not solving the problem,' Treasurer Scott Morrison said at the time.
Among the survey’s key findings: · A total of 71% of respondents generally supported recognition, 34% of those strongly; · 61% supported the representative Voice to Parliament, 24% strongly; and · 58% supported formal agreements between governments and Indigenous peoples, 19% strongly.
Professor John Parkinson of Griffith University, who is studying the Recognise campaign, said the results were stronger than many would have assumed.
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Lost amongst all the other news of the past week in Australian politics was the Turnbull Government rejected the recommendation of the Indigenous Referendum Council for an Indigenous advisory body to parliament to be enshrined in the constitution.
We also learned that back in 2009 when Malcolm Turnbull was about to lose the Liberal leadership that Pyne rang then Director of Get Up Simon Sheikh to get the activist group’s support for Turnbull who was championing Labor’s emissions trading scheme.
This is certainly embarrassing given the AWU raids of the past week were part of investigation into a donation they gave to Get Up in 2006 SOURCE Elon Musk brought to tears by how much Australians pay for power Billionaire energy mogul Elon Musk was almost brought to tears by Australia's deepening electricity crisis that has prices soaring out of control.
'Elon Musk's battery was a fraction of the size of the Snowy Hydro Scheme,' he said.