Tilt faces court action over 2016 South Australia blackout

Tilt faces court action over 2016 South Australia blackout
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By Gavin Evans Aug. 7 (BusinessDesk) - Tilt Renewables is among four wind farm operators being taken to court by Australian authorities for their part in a blackout of South Australia’s electricity network in September 2016. The Australian Energy Regulator is taking AGL Energy, Neoen SA, Pacific Hydro and Tilt to the Federal Court alleging their eight wind farms weren’t able to ride-through certain system disturbances as required under their generator performance standards. The AER also alleges that the firms failed to provide automati...

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