Not completely national (it excludes Western Australia and the Northern Territory), it links most towns east of Port Lincoln and south of Port Douglas so that, in theory, electricity produced near any of them can be used anywhere else.
- ^ National Electricity Market (www.energy.gov.au)
- ^ Australian Energy Market Commission (www.aemc.gov.au)
- ^ Australia's states have been forced to go it alone on renewable energy, but it's a risky strategy (theconversation.com)
- ^ The national electricity market has served its purpose, time to move on (theconversation.com)
- ^ Pumped hydro isn't our energy future, it's our past (theconversation.com)
Authors: Bruce Mountain, Director, Victoria Energy Policy Centre, Victoria University