The National Grid is Australia’s electricity supply network, which connects almost all major cities in Australia, and is responsible for managing the nation’s electricity and natural gas needs.
It is an international network that delivers electricity to almost every home, business and public building in Australia.
It provides nearly 70 per cent of Australia’s energy, and it is the nation-wide system that delivers Australia’s electrical power.
The grid is a massive network that provides energy to almost all homes and businesses in Australia and provides nearly 80 per cent to all Australians.
This article was originally published in the January 2017 issue of National Geographic Magazine.
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