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Origin signals early Eraring power station closure

ORIGIN Energy is proposing to accelerate its exit from coal-fired power generation by potentially retiring its Eraring power station in New South Wales in 2025.

 Origin Energy is planning to close its Eraring power station in three and a half years.

Origin Energy is planning to close its Eraring power station in three and a half years.

That is seven years earlier than planned. Origin's announcement closely follows AGL's announcement that it planned to close its Bayswater and Loy Yang power stations earlier than planned. The electricity...

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