Power Rule Change in Hot Demand

Weather records have been smashed as Australia continues to swelter through one of its hottest summers on record
Vic brown coal power station Loy Yang A Unit 2 breaking down at peak of January’s heatwave demand

This is known as ‘demand response’. It simply means saving energy, because a negawatt conserved is as good as a megawatt generated.

This tells you that the rule change is clearly in the interests of consumers, big and small.

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