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Analysis: Why the ‘wind cheaper than coal in Australia’ headline is misleading

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— Marginal cost of introducing new baseload gas, which would be combined cycle plant, again quite large, again with potential capacity factors above 85% — All three produce ostensibly the same product (electricity), but they do not provide the same service’

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