Port Augusta once supplied 40% of South Australia’s electricity through its huge coal-fired power station. But the town saw the writing on the wall for fossil fuels and began to campaign for a transition to renewable energy to secure jobs for future generations. Jake Morcom and Adam Morton discuss what went wrong for the town’s promising renewables projects
This episode was supported by the Climate Justice Research Centre at the University of Technology, Sydney.
You can read Tom Morton’s column here – As South Australia now knows, local jobs must be a priority in the clean energy transition
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