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The Real Lesson From South Australia's Electricity 'Crisis': We Need Better Climate Policy

Australia’s energy markets got a big shock in July this year, when wholesale electricity prices spiked in South Australia, alarming the state government and major industrial customers. Commentators rushed to find the immediate culprits. But the real issues lie elsewhere. More »      
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