Yes, Let’s Triple The Cost Of Electric Power in Australia! by David Archibald. The problem of much higher power prices in New South Wales must have been forgotten, because one of the major companies involved, AGL, has much more of the same in store for consumers.
AGL’s complaint is that a lot of coal-fired power stations are lasting a lot longer than their projected working lives. And worse, the cost of power from these power stations is one third that of power from wind and solar sources.
AGL’s solution is to require that working, useful coal-fired power stations be retired, so that the nation is forced to buy power that is at least three times as expensive.
How self-serving of them. What a lovely plan to move money from taxpayers to AGL shareholders, using a contentious theory based on broken climate models.