100 per cent renewables by 2025: Grid operator pushes clean energy revolution

Source: The Age | July 14, 2021

14 July 2021 Australia’s energy market operator (AEMO) has set an ambitious target for the country to surge ahead of the rest of the world with an electrical grid ready …
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‘Double whammy’: Wholesale gas prices hit five-year highs

Source: The Age | July 9, 2021

9th July 2021 ExxonMobil and BHP are working to bring Victoria’s Longford gas plant back to full production as an unplanned outage combines with soaring demand to send east-coast wholesale …
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Big $300m battery to be built without government aid in market first

Source: The Age | July 6, 2021

6th July 2021 Victoria will get Australia’s first grid-scale battery built without government support by the end of 2022, marking what its proponent says is a tipping point in the …
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Yallourn coal mine flood repairs to cost tens of millions

Source: The Age | July 5, 2021

5th July 2021 Massive cracks in the Yallourn coal mine caused by recent flooding have left a multimillion-dollar damage bill as the owner grapples with long-term repair works needed to …
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Powerlink looks to battery storage to help solve grid stability problems

Source: Renew Economy | July 2, 2021

02 July 2021 Queensland based transmission company Powerlink says it will deploy battery storage to help solve grid stability problems as part of a new multi-faceted approach to handling the …
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