One of Queensland’s biggest power generators will stay offline for weeks longer than scheduled.
The Callide C Power Station’s Unit C3 was due to return to service on January 7, but that date has been pushed back to January 24.
There is no change to the forecast dates for Unit C3’s return to full capacity or the return to service dates for C4.
CS Energy is rebuilding the two Callide C cooling towers to enable the safe return to service of Callide C Power Station.
According to CS Energy, the delays are due to the impact of recent rain and hot weather, resourcing challenges, and global supply chain issues.
Some of those issues include freight carriers being diverted to assist with humanitarian efforts in the Gaza War.