Electricity grid operator suspending wholesale market | ABC

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Tasmania has effectively pulled the plug on electricity imports and exports as an energy crisis makes waves across Australia.

The operator of the national electricity grid has taken the extraordinary step of suspending the wholesale market because of price and supply volatility.

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