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Three of many: problems for the evolving electricity industry in Australia

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Technological change and the move to renewable energy is creating a series of challenges to the electricity sector in Australia. Here are three of them.

Managing the generation transition

In November this year, the UK faced a power crunch. The lights were kept on. Just.

The problem is that the UK gets most of its power from ageing coal-fired...

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