Wind lifts on coal’s decline

Brown coal generation in Victoria fell to its lowest monthly level since late-2001 in September, while black coal generator output in NSW and Queensland was also subdued. It's in South Australia however, where the biggest change is afoot, with 28 per cent of state demand supplied by wind.

Demand for electricity supplied by NEM generators continued the steady fall in September, which has now been continuing for two years.


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