Electricity market is SUSPENDED as ‘low solar and wind output’


The entire national electricity market has been suspended for the first time ever in a bid to avoid mass blackouts after prices soared during freezing winter weather.

The Australian Energy Market Operator has temporarily suspended the spot market in NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria.

The body blamed planned and unexpected coal power station outages, scheduled transmission outages, the early onset of winter and periods of low wind and solar output for the crisis. 

The national electricity market has been suspended for the first time ever. Pictured: Bondi residents wrapped up warm on a cold morning



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