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Electricity has become a jigsaw. Coal is unable to provide the missing pieces

By Peter Martin, Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
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There’s something the energy minister said when they announced the early closure of Victoria’s second-biggest coal-fired power station last week that was less than complete.

Yallourn, in the Latrobe Valley, provides up to 20% of Victoria’s power. It has been operating for 47 years. Since late 2017 at least one of its four units has broken down…


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