All turbines at the Callide Power Station in central Queensland will likely stay offline until the end of next week, as the company continues to investigate a “catastrophic failure” that blacked out large parts of the state.
- CS Energy CEO Andrew Bills says the turbine was “very damaged” by fire
- Investigators still don’t know what caused the fire that cut power to most of Queensland
- The first of three working units at the plant will be started next Friday, with others to follow
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