Electricity disrupted - Part 2

The venerable electricity business has become vulnerable. We examine the impact on AGL, Origin, Spark, SP Ausnet and their smaller competitors.

The National Electricity Market (NEM) supplies electricity to 19 million users across five states on Australia’s east coast. Moving 200 terawatt hours of electricity worth $11bn a year, it includes the longest alternating current system in the world and over 40,000km of transmission lines. All of it may be doomed.


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