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Number of sub-800MW demand periods double and sub-700MW quadruples in just a year

Number of sub-800MW demand periods double and sub-700MW quadruples in just a year: On the 6 February, AEMO issued market notice 73857 in response to the enduring islanding of the SA network. The notice informed the market that when South Australian (SA) demand falls under 800MW several generators, including more than 500MW of wind and…
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Renewable growth drives common goals for electricity networks across the globe

Renewable growth: Electricity networks globally are experiencing significant increases in the volume of renewable capacity as countries seek to decarbonise their power sectors without affecting the security of supply. The scale of this change is creating new challenges for power networks and those responsible for keeping the lights on. The latest insight paper from Cornwall…
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World’s largest ammonia plant headed for Australia

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced $980,000 for Dyno Nobel to assess the feasibility of building a renewable ammonia facility at its existing facility in Moranbah

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