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Let’s remove government regulations that undermine electricity

17 February 2022

12:00 PM

17 February 2022

12:00 PM

Today’s announcement of the early closure of the Eraring power station means that, with the Liddell station scheduled to close next year, almost half of New South Wales coal generation capacity will have closed.

Contrary to the propaganda, those closures are not because the coal stations have become uneconomic. They are due to competing energy supplies – wind and solar – having been subsidised by governments.

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