Critics say ‘polluting’ plant in the Hunter region – which will only operate 2% of the year – makes little commercial sense

The NSW government has approved the construction of a $600m gas-fired power station backed by the Morrison government in the state’s Hunter region.

Snowy Hydro’s application to build the 660-megawatt power station in Kurri Kurri was approved by Rob Stokes in one of his final decisions as the state’s planning minister before Anthony Roberts takes over the portfolio.

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