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Another Australian coal-fired power plant is set to shut its doors earlier than expected, as the national energy market’s shift away from fossil fuels towards cleaner generation gathers speed.
Workers at the 1400-megawatt Mt Piper plant near Lithgow, NSW, were told on Thursday afternoon that the generator’s closure would be brought forward to 2040 at the latest as owner EnergyAustralia steps up its decarbonisation targets and retreats from thermal coal, the heaviest-emitting fossil fuel.
This article first appeared on www.theage.com.au
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