Kogan Creek returns to service on Thursday 17th June 2021


I posted briefly this morning that Callide B1 was back online yesterday evening (a little later than expected) and a couple of our readers reminded us that Kogan Creek coal-fired plant also returned to service today.

Here’s a view of the most recent 24 hour period from the ez2view ‘Unit Dashboard’ widget at 15:35 dispatch interval today:

2021-06-17-at-15-35-ez2view-UnitDashboard-Kogan

We can see that the unit came online just prior to 04:00 this morning (hence the small snippet of yesterday’s bid data visible), and is now running up close to Maximum Capacity.

Winding back the ‘Bids & Offers’ widget in ez2view focused on the KPP_1 unit, we see how the unit had a tube leak experienced before the Callide C4 Catastrophe, and was going to come offline as a result – but ended up limping through to 1st June as a result of the lack of units at Callide:

2021-06-02-at-08-00-ez2view-Bids-Kogan

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