Another coal power station bites the dust

Coal power station Redbank won't be just mothballed, it will be dismantled and sold for its parts. Yet the plant is relatively new, commissioned in 2001. Could the similar sized Anglesea coal power station, built in 1969, be next?

Receivers KordaMentha have announced that the 151 megawatt Redbank Coal Power station, in NSW, will be shut down, prompting the question as to whether Anglesea coal power station in Victoria, which Alcoa is looking to offload, will be next.


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