AEMO releases Preliminary Report: Trip of multiple generators and lines in Queensland and associated under-frequency load shedding on 25 May 2021


Like clockwork, just prior to 17:00 the AEMO released its preliminary report into some of the things that happened on Tuesday last week, 25th May 2021:

2021-06-02-AEMO-PrelimReport-CallideC

We’ll review this with interest, and incorporate the information contained within it into subsequent articles on WattClarity.

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1 Comment on "AEMO releases Preliminary Report: Trip of multiple generators and lines in Queensland and associated under-frequency load shedding on 25 May 2021"

  1. Two statements which stand out to me as defining the event.
    “At 1334 hrs on 25 May 2021, Callide C4 stopped generating but did not disconnect from the power system.”
    “At 1340 hrs, CS informed AEMO of a possible turbine hall fire at Callide C.”

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