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It seems there are more questions than answers about the role wind generation played in South Australia's state-wide blackout last week. A preliminary report by the Australian Energy Market Operator released today, found severe weather caused the mass outage, but it's not clear why six wind farms disconnected from the grid at the time. Source: abc.net.au

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