A blurry video with dodgy audio of Malcolm Turnbull passionately arguing for "almost" 100% renewable energy by 2050 appears to somewhat contradict his comments as prime minister last week.
In the wake of South Australia's statewide blackout, Turnbull ignored experts who were insisting it had nothing to with renewable energy, saying it was a "real wake-up call" for clean energy.
The PM's comments were praised by the most ardent climate skeptics in the parliament, including One Nation's Malcolm Roberts who pledged to borrow the PM's language.
Turnbull’s current skeptic-position contradicts a speech he made in 2010 at Sydney Town Hall, where he launched a climate report that laid out a pathway for Australia to become powered by 100% renewables.
Turnbull argued "almost all" of Australia's energy needs to be renewable by 2050 if the nation is to take appropriate action to halt the advance of climate change.
He argued that it is highly likely the technology to get Australia to zero emissions hasn't even been invented yet, which is why the first thing Australia needs is a "price on carbon".
Mark Di Stefano is a media and politics correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.