Warning of 'wrath' as NSW ponders coal plant power play

By Maeve Bannister and Peter Bodkin
Updated September 6 2023 - 4:20pm, first published 4:17pm
The NSW government says it is unknown how long Eraring's life would be extended or the cost. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)
The NSW government says it is unknown how long Eraring's life would be extended or the cost. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)

The owner of Australia's largest coal-fired power station will "feel the wrath" of NSW residents if it tries to gouge taxpayers in return for keeping the plant open, the state's treasurer says.

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