PROJECT | Staff Reporter, Australia

South Australia reveals whopping $550m energy plan

This comes amidst a string of shortages in the area.

Financial Review reported that South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill's $550 million energy plan has enraged the federal government which has labelled it confusing and "nonsense" as it seeks legal advice about whether it breaches the rules of the national electricity market.

Federal Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg is furious that South Australia has gone solo and chosen to "rip up" a national agreement after a national electricity market was established 20 years ago.

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