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The power station is located near Traralgon and in 2009 it was estimated to have emitted 9.8 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (Mt CO2e).
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The owners of the Loy Yang B power station received $116,904,439.63 of the $1 billion cash payments given out in 2011/12 to the operators of the most polluting coal-fired power stations. The cash was paid from the Energy Security Fund which was established as a part of the carbon tax legislation passed in 2011.
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- International Power Australia, "Loy Yang B Power Station", International Power Australia website, accessed August 2010.
- The Climate Group, Greenhouse Indicator Series: Australian Electricity Generation Report 2009, The Climate Group, August 2010, page 12. (Pdf)
- Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency,"Generation complexes eligible to receive Energy Security Fund cash payments", Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency website, July 9, 2012.
- Australian Government, "An overview of the Clean Energy Legislative Package", Clean Energy Future website, accessed January 2013.
- Energy Security Council, "About the Council", Energy Security Council website, accessed January 2013.
- Energy Supply Association of Australia, "List of members", Energy Supply Association of Australia website, accessed September 2010.