NEMMCO estimates NSW faces a possible shortfall of peak power in future


State govt responds with upgrade, user pays: The NSW government also announced yesterday it would upgrade the state’s energy network. “We are making a huge investment in the wires and substations that deliver electricity to homes and businesses – street by street and suburb by suburb,” Mr lemma said. However, the upgrade will cost each household $50 over the next five years.

The Australian Financial Review, 8/12/2005, p. 6

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