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Coal power plant breakdown weighs on AGL profit

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
A prolonged outage of a major generation unit at Victoria's Loy Yang A coal-fired power plant has taken a toll on the nation's biggest energy supplier.
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