How Tesla forced the SHUTDOWN of Diesel power stations in Australia

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South Australia’s impressive shift towards renewable energy has resulted in the closure of additional fossil fuel facilities, as Engie announced this week its decision to shut down two diesel plants in the state ahead of schedule. The increasing dominance of solar, wind, and battery storage technologies has rendered these plants economically unviable. The French electricity company revealed on Wednesday its plans to close the 75-megawatt (MW) Port Lincoln plant and the 63MW Snuggery plant by July of this year, with full decommissioning expected by 2028.

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