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PXiSE weighs in on Australia’s transition away from coal

Australia is one of the largest exporters of coal for use in power generation (second only to China) and up to 60% of the country’s electricity comes from coal-fired power plants. But with a national goal of net-zero emissions by 2050, Australia’s coal plants see the writing on the wall. Darrel Proctor’s article for Power Magazine covers the struggle, and PXiSE CEO Patrick Lee comments on how Australia’s transition may be less painful than some would think.

Read the full story: Australia’s Coal Conundrum: Economy, Climate at Odds