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ken cha_OzVeteransVote 3h
agree with your points, we need massive investments in storage technology to provide the buffer needed for peak demand. I think put something a while back graph showing lack of delivered supply sees coal & renewables well below peak capacity
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Danuta Kozaki 11h
⁩ parallels with the Middle East ‘we’ve identified 3 renewable energy zones - what we want to do is create the Saudi Arabia of renewable energy in NSW’ after a Saudi wind farm claims record low costs. A damning report predicts blackouts.
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ken cha_OzVeteransVote 3h
does not have tools or mechanisms to enable cost effective access to sufficient resources for all hours of (2020) year, so .. forced to use more emergency actions that impose unnecessary risk & costs on consumers, ... where goal is to pursue more cost-effective outcomes”
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💧🔥 John Rhys Jones 9h
State of NEM through absence of policy: "are forced to use more emergency actions that impose unnecessary risk and costs on consumers, just at a time where the goal is to pursue more cost-effective outcomes"
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JWSpry 🇦🇶 13h
BLACKOUT UPDATE : "MORE than a million Victorian households are at risk of being without power this summer during extreme heat if coal/gas plants are not returned to service in time for peak periods, the has warned." via
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💧Environment Victoria 14h
warns Vic's coal clunkers are a threat to grid reliability 😷🏭 ... alone has failed 33 times since Jan 2018 😦 Vic's renewable energy target is already bringing new supply online, but sadly the Federal govt is stuck playing politics
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ken cha_OzVeteransVote 8h
risks rise for eastern states said dangers are highest in . Australian Energy Market Operator said more than a million households might be forced to endure scorching temperatures without electricity Not a good outlook
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💧simon orme 12h
On the relevant 10 year horizon, the big news in the 2019 ESOO is the step change (Paris emissions) scenario delivers (for NSW) the lowest wholesale prices and the best reliability). AEMO now correctly states there is no reliability gap under the NEM reliability std.
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💧Environment Victoria 13h
Angus Taylor ignores investors when he passes the buck on climate policy failures
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👮🏽‍♀️💧Michael Dowling💦Not My AFP 8h
BREAKING: “a new report is warning of possible summer blackouts because Australia’s ageing -fired power stations keep breaking down and the [LNP IPA] Federal Govt has *no* plan to replace them.”
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Business Review 12h
: East coast households and businesses face a higher risk of blackouts this summer, with more generator failures likely on hot days, the energy market operator has warned by +
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💧Ivan Hanna 8h
If is not..he bloody well should be...as with Olsen in SA...Baird/ in NSW...those respective Coalition governments sold off State owned assets and created an electricity 'free for all'
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ES&D 10h
AEMO has warned up to 1.3 million Victorian households may experience blackout(s) this summer – full story:
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💧Environment Victoria 17h
[MEDIA RELEASE] Today's Electricity Statement of Opportunities confirms old coal clunkers pose an increasing threat to grid reliability. Especially in Vic which has oldest & dirtiest coal-burning power stations in the country.
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ConnorD Aug 19
Great job by the team at - the new features are awesome!
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