South Australia’s wind powered economy is a picture of reliability (see above and below).
In its capital, Adelaide, for 2 days in row (28 and 29 April) thousands of hopeful commuters were left to their own devices, as wild variations in wind power output wrecked the power supply to its Seaford/Tonsley electric train line.
We’ll hand over briefly to what passes for journalism in SA to get (as usual) half of the story.
Free ride to pay for train line closure
1 May 2016
TRAIN passengers who use the lines affected by the electric rail shutdown on Thursday and Friday will ride for free one day this week as compensation.
A fault with a circuit breaker on the Seaford line produced a power outage that caused chaos for commuters on the Seaford and Tonsley lines, with knock-on effects on the Grange line, forcing many to rely…
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