Australia’s Victoria could be under pressure without coal

Victoria needs to continue urgently progressing key transmission projects if the state is to avoid risks to the reliable supply of electricity over the next 10 years. The planned investments help reduce overall costs to consumers by unlocking lower-cost generation supplies, enhancing competition, increasing power system resilience, and improving the efficiency of resource sharing between neighbouring regions.

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