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South Australian Blackout May Lead To More Batteries & Micro-Grids

Originally published on RenewEconomy. Not everyone was going without power in the middle of the South Australia blackout on Wednesday. Those in off the grid remote areas, or simply off the grid in the big city, had everything working just fine. “Well, it is nice to find out there’s a power outage as without the [&hellip South Australian Blackout May Lead To More Batteries & Micro-Grids was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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