Pelican Point penalised $900,000 for breach on Wed 8th February 2017

A very short article this afternoon to point to the AER’s news update today ‘Pelican Point Power Limited penalised $900,000 for National Electricity Rules breaches during 2017 heat wave’:



There’s further information about these proceedings linked to the AER’s Media Release above.  The specific incident noted occurred on Wednesday 8th February 2017, which was explored at the time in a series of articles collated here on WattClarity.


PS1 Coverage elsewhere

With respect to the same development:

1)  this afternoon Giuseppe Tauriello wrote‘Pelican Point fined $900,000 over market disclosure failures’ in the Australian.

2)  Giles Parkinson wrote ‘Gas plant owner hit with big fine for sitting idle in major blackout first blamed on renewables’ in RenewEconomy.

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