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Steven Marshall (front) and energy spokesperson Dan van Holst Pellekaan unveilling the Liberal Party's energy policy in October. Photo: Tony Lewis / InDaily
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Marshall’s energy plan: home solar batteries, interconnector, exit fee ban

The SA Liberal Party has released a suite of energy policies it says will lower energy prices, stabilise the grid and secure interconnection with New South Wales – but it is yet to decide who should benefit from $100 million in subsidies for home solar batteries.