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Around half of South Australia's power generation capacity comes from wind and solar, with renewables' share of the energy mix continuing to rise. The Australian state is proving a world leader in the rapid rise of renewable penetration into an energy grid, especially for markets with limited or unreliable interconnections into neighboring systems. As a result, South Australia is a case study in how - and how not - to manage a power system in transition to renewable energy.

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