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Battery storage and big solar button keep lights on and dampen critics in South Australia

It didn’t take long after severe storms swept through South Australia on November 12 and cut the state off from the rest of the country’s main grid for the naysayers to start comparing to the infamous system black in 2016.

Some of it looked familiar – a big storm taking down large transmission towers, causing multiple trips and the loss of “synchronisation” with the National Electricity Market, and lots of people losing power.

Door: Gilles Parkinson, 25-11-2022

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