Should Alinta get back into coal-fired power?

Ross Greenwood speaks to Tony Wood, Energy program Director at the Grattan institute, about why Alinta has got back in coal-fired power, having bought Loy Yang B which supplies about 17 per cent of Victoria’s power needs

Interview with: Tony Wood, Energy Program Director, Grattan Institute

 

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