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Power Games: The Real Reason South Australia Blacked Out

The federal government has blamed a power outage in South Australia on renewable energy, not a major storm which hit the state. Ian McAuley is still scratching his head. August 14, 2003 was a hot day in northeast USA. By late afternoon demand for air conditioning was placing a heavy load on the region’s power [...] The post Power Games: The Real Reason South Australia Blacked Out appeared first on New Matilda.
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