Labour in 2017 said their goal was to get NZ to 100% renewable electricity by 2035. A few weeks ago they announced their target was now to be 100% renewable by 2030.
You might assume that for them to bring their target date forward by five years, they had huge success in the last three years in increasing the share of renewable electricity?
Oh dear. Actually it has gone slightly down under Labour, and after a huge increase over the last nine years.
I guess in Labour world only moving 0.5% in the wrong directions counts as a stunning success!