Just when you think you have seen it all.
The dash for renewables in South Australia has gone so badly wrong that crisis measures are now called for, as PEI reports.
A large-scale temporary power solution is being considered, as South Australia struggles to ensure its energy security.
A 250 MW ship-based power station is under consideration as a solution to the crisis for the Australian state, which has seen a lot of investment in renewable power over recent years, while old fossil stations were retired.
The Turkish ship could be operational by the end of the year for less than the $360m budgeted for a new state-owned gas-fired power plant of the same capacity.
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