Renewables improve SA price spikes: report

WHILE South Australia's heavy reliance on wind and solar power for 40% of its electivity generation has been blamed for recent and crippling price spikes, the number of price hits power buyers have taken has actually tumbled as the state's share of renewable electricity increased, a new report claims.

A new Climate Council report released on Friday found that overall electricity price spikes above $5000 per megawatt hour have fallen significantly across the National Electricity Market as the


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