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  • A fifth year of declining power consumption | Business Spectator
    In relative terms the most significant drop in consumption was observed in South Australia 3 7 per cent which was closely followed by New South Wales 3 6 per cent Queensland and Victoria decreased by 2 4 and 2 8 per cent respectively As 2012 was a leap year with 366 days 536 gigawatt hours GWh of the reduction 0 3 per cent can be explained by 2013 having one less day than 2012 Once we allow for the impact of the leap year underlying electricity consumption in the NEM reduced by 2 5 per cent There are a range of reasons that can explain the reduction including decline in level of manufacturing milder weather installation of residential solar and improved energy efficiency amongst others An average of approximately 850 MW per annum of solar PV has been installed in NEM states over the last two years which accounts for 22 per cent of the reduction in consumption Solar hot water systems and energy efficient activities supported by market based measures accounted for another 19 per cent of the lower consumption Scheduled renewable generation increased by 22 per cent in 2013 and accounted for 11 9 per cent market share 9 5 per cent in 2012 This increase was at the expense of gas and coal fired generation The largest relative decrease was observed in gas where generation fell 7 7 per cent or 1 9 TWh Generation from coal fired plant accounted for the largest drop in generation in absolute terms 7 7 TWh dropping by 5 per cent from 2012 levels Generation from coal fell in all states except New South Wales Queensland experienced the largest reduction in coal fired generation falling by 10 6 per cent largely due to the closure of a number of coal fired units Scheduled renewables excludes smaller non scheduled small wind bioenergy and solar experienced significant growth in 2013 Due to a wet 2013 hydro was able to generate at record levels with generation growing 17 7 per cent or 2 7 TWh largely as a result of hydro plant in Tasmania Generation from wind grew 43 1 per cent or 1 4 TWh 957 GWh of which came from Victoria s Macarthur wind farm 2 NEM electricity consumption Electricity consumption as measured by scheduled demand has continued the decline that started back in 2009 refer to Figure 1 and fell by 5448 GWh for the 12 months ending 31 December 2013 All states other than Tasmania experienced a reduction in electricity consumption with South Australia and NSW experiencing the largest reductions with 3 7 per cent and 3 6 per cent respectively Figure 2 NSW experienced the largest absolute reduction 2 579 GWh a significant portion of which was attributable to the closure of the Kurri Kurri aluminium smelter towards the end of 2012 Approximately 0 3 per cent of the reduction 536 GWh can be explained by 2012 being a leap year and having an extra day For a like with like comparison we have adjusted for the impact of the leap year by adjusting 2012 consumption downwards by 536 GWh This was equal to one day of the 2012 average daily demand Electricity consumption for an adjusted 2012 was 195 5 TWh this fell by 4 9 TWh in 2013 2 5 per cent Refer to Table 1 for electricity consumption figures by state including the impact of the leap year adjustment Figure 1 Scheduled demand on a 6 monthly basis from 2009 to December 2013 Figure 2 Change in scheduled electricity consumption 2013 cf 2012 no allowance for leap year impact Table 1 Scheduled electricity demand by state GWh 2013 cf 2012 More than 850 MW a year of roof top solar PV was installed in NEM states over the 2012 and 2013 period and is estimated to have generated an additional 1 182 GWh for 2013 This would account for 22 per cent of the reduction in overall consumption The contribution of solar hot water and an array of energy efficiency activities supported by the NSW and Victorian Energy Savings Schemes have also contributed to lower electricity consumption These activities supported through government legislated market based schemes is estimated to account for a further 1042 GWh of the overall reduction in consumption In total identifiable distributed energy activities could reasonably account for more than 2 200 GWh of demand reduction equivalent to 41 per cent refer to Figure 3 Figure 3 Reduction in electricity demand 2013 cf 2012 3 Power generation in the NEM Coal fired generation as a proportion of total NEM wide generation has fallen from 78 per cent in 2012 to 76 2 per cent in 2013 refer to Table 3 Gas fired generation has also reduced its market share falling from 12 5 per cent of NEM generation in 2012 to 11 8 per cent in 2013 Scheduled renewables have increased their market share from 9 5 per cent in 2012 to 11 9 per cent in 2013 Coal generation fell 5 0 per cent from 2012 levels and gas generation fell by 7 7 per cent bearing the brunt of the reduction in electricity consumption refer to Figure 4 and Table 2 Scheduled wind generation increased by 43 per cent in 2013 largely due to a full year s output from the 420 MW Macarthur wind farm in Victoria and the commissioning of the Mt Mercer Wind Farm Victoria and the Musselroe Wind Farm Tasmania in 2013 Hydro generation also increased significantly during the year 17 7 per cent due to continuing wet conditions and the drawdown from storages particularly in Tasmania Figure 4 NEM scheduled generation by fuel 2013 cf 2012 Table 2 Change in scheduled electricity generation 2013 cf 2012 Electricity generated by fuel source and by state is included as Table 3 Some key observations on changes in generation mix on a state by state basis are as follows NSW NSW was the only state where coal fired generation

    Original URL path: http://www.businessspectator.com.au/article/2014/1/10/energy-markets/fifth-year-declining-power-consumption (2014-01-12)
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  • Industries | Business Spectator
    Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Industries Singh behind key KKR deal Jeff Singh s Chase Corporate Advisory helped bring in KKR to secure the 130 million takeover of Centric Wealth by Brett Cole 1 09am January 13 1 comment Financial Index to buy Centric Wealth for 130m After the acquisition closes New York based KKR will take one third stake in Financial Index by Brett Cole 12 09am January 13 1 comment Toyota to produce 10 million cars Carmaker seen chasing bullish 2014 production target report 11 05pm January 12 2 comments Qld mulls massive farm project State govt calls for comment on proposed 325 000 hectare project 10 57pm January 12 1 comment Telstra may sell Sensis for 3bn report Telco giant may strike deal with US private equity firm by next week 3 13am January 11 6 comments Murray Goulburn mulls 10 WBC bid report Saputo suitor may up bid as battle for dairy company continues 2 17am January 11 3 comments Global MnA slips to 3 year low A decline in private equity sales and trade sales was behind the weaker result despite a string of mega deals in 2013 according to Mergermarket by Amanda Saunders 5 45pm January 10 1 comment 21st Century Fox shares slide Shares in media company drop sharply on news of plans to delist from ASX 5 30pm January 10 1 comment OM Holdings CEO resigns Peter Toth announces resignation will remain in position until April 4 5 20pm January 10 1 comment Saputo increases WCB stake again Canadian suitor increases holding to above 21 as it confirms extension of takeover offer for dairy producer 4 20pm January 10 1 comment ACMA hits Telstra with record fine Telco fined for failure to provide timely new urban landline customer connections 4 20pm January 10 10 comments Korea China jostle for Aust resources Mining junior Rex Minerals among first to benefit from competition report 3 59pm January 10 1 comment Fed govt should support Alcoa ALP Shorten says Abbott government has given up on manufacturing in Australia 3 28pm January 10 10 comments Harnessing the power of the one man brand Self employed individuals can strengthen relationships with consumers and add value to their services by building a personal brand The first step is to think of yourself as a business by Ken Phillips 1 58pm January 10 2 comments Britain s Christmas ghost of retail future Almost all of the UK s leading retailers especially the ones that Australian stores are modelled on have delivered miserly Christmas returns Consumers are changing the way they shop faster than most CEOs can imagine by Stephen Bartholomeusz 1 15pm January 10 8 comments Value Investor QBE is still at a premium There is potentially more fallout to come from QBE s ill fated expansion into the US Given its history of disappointment a

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  • Advertising and Marketing | Business Spectator
    or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Advertising and Marketing The year ahead in media Another year of disruption will intensify the pressure on the old school powerhouses of Australian media by Ben Shepherd 2 14am December 30 3 comments Top five business blunders of 2013 Investor confidence in the US picked up strongly over the past year with markets hitting record highs But a number of high profile businesses still found time to make some pretty disastrous errors in judgement by Mathew Murphy 10 27am December 20 1 comment Buffering Google s video future With unparalleled online power Google has the ability to rewrite digital advertising as it pleases Traditional banner ads are being replaced by video and the market will follow by Ben Shepherd 6 59am December 20 The CIO holds the keys to outside in play Customer experience and thinking around the customer journey may have traditionally been the purview of the marketing team but it s time the CIO stepped up to the plate by Brian Donn 6 22am December 03 Memo to Zuckerberg Facebook is failing marketers The social network offers marketers access to the largest audience in media history but while every large company now markets on Facebook very few find success by Nate Elliot Forrester Research 10 34am October 29 Nine takes full ownership of Mi9 Media group buys out Microsoft s stake in digital advertising business 12 01pm October 14 1 comment Big Data is good for answers not for questions Big data is good at predicting outcomes but does a poorer job of explaining the causes that drive them It can only provide answers for the right types of questions by Michael Wade 7 12am October 11 2 comments Indonesia takes tobacco plain packaging dispute to WTO Indonesia takes first step towards launching formal trade dispute 3 35am September 21 1 comment Facebook broadens effort to show ad payoff Social network to allow group of major marketers to measure the effectiveness of their ads in the latest move to prove that advertising on Facebook leads to real world sales by Reuters 9 41am September 20 Honduras takes Australia to WTO Honduras launches WTO dispute over tobacco plain packaging 10 58pm September 13 The bright sparks torching traditional news Fresh from giving the Washington Post a hiding upstart news provider Politico has now set its sights on the New York Times Is the future for publishing niche and narrow by Mathew Murphy 7 25am September 13 Breakfast Deals Seek and sell James Packer s tipped to pay down private debt with two recent sales while the shortlist of potential Lloyds buyers narrows to three by Alexander Liddington Cox 7 28am August 22 Seek full year profit jumps 8 Online employment website operator s profit buoyed by strong growth in its education division and robust results from international business by Supratim Adhikari 9 35am August 21 AOL to buy video ad platform for US405m AOL makes a big bet that more

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  • Agribusiness | Business Spectator
    relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Agribusiness Qld mulls massive farm project State govt calls for comment on proposed 325 000 hectare project 10 57pm January 12 1 comment Saputo increases WCB stake again Canadian suitor increases holding to above 21 as it confirms extension of takeover offer for dairy producer 4 20pm January 10 1 comment Saputo pushes for Bega s Warrnambool stake The Canadian dairy company is lobbying Bega in an effort to win its 19 per cent stake in Warrnambool by Brett Cole 12 05pm January 10 1 comment Hedge funds key to WCB fight Saputo looking beyond Bega and Lion for Warrnambool takeover support by Rebecca Urban The Australian 1 08am January 10 1 comment Saputo tipped to extend Warrnambool offer The Canadian company risks regulatory ire as it is yet to inform Warrnambool shareholders of a planned extension a day before the current offer expires by Brett Cole 12 00am January 10 6 comments WCB merger claims disputed Murray Goulburn public benefit claims have been dismissed by rivals by Rebecca Urban The Australian 1 21am January 09 1 comment Dairy sector takes the cream in a Murray Goulburn bid Murray Goulburn s synergies and co operative structure could channel incentives to expand production back to farmer suppliers Its bid could be a boon for the dairy sector by Stephen Bartholomeusz 2 46pm January 08 8 comments Political twist to stir dairy battle State and federal govts called to comment on Warrnambool takeover by Blair Speedy The Australian 6 23am January 08 1 comment United Dairy seeks to sell a stake The country s biggest privately owned milk supplier wants to sell a stake to an Australian investor by Brett Cole 2 00pm January 06 4 comments CBH warns on food bowl report Grain exporter s chief says we have to earn profits from Asian food boom 2 33am January 06 2 comments Saputo may extend Warrnambool deadline The Canadian dairy giant will resume talks with key Warrnambool shareholders as it debates whether to close its takeover offer Friday by Brett Cole 12 02am January 06 1 comment Potential bidders for Gunns get more time font color red DataRoom font Deadline for expressions of interest in bankrupt timber company extended assets valued at 795 9m by Brett Cole 8 41am January 02 1 comment Chinese buyers circle United Dairy Power Bright Food Group may be leading contender to acquire privately owned Victorian milk supplier by Brett Cole 4 05pm December 27 16 comments Saputo lifts Warrnambool stake Canadian suitor s stake now trumps Murray Goulburn s subject to withdrawal rights 2 13pm December 24 4 comments ADM to pay US54m in bribery fines Former GrainCorp suitor spent US21m bribing Ukrainian officials

    Original URL path: http://www.businessspectator.com.au/industries/agribusiness (2014-01-12)
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  • Automotive | Business Spectator
    as scheduled renewables rose to 12 per cent of the market Industries Advertising and Marketing Agribusiness Automotive Aviation Construction and Engineering Education Family Business Financial Services Food and Beverages Gaming and Racing Health and Pharmaceuticals HR Industrial relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Automotive Toyota to produce 10 million cars Carmaker seen chasing bullish 2014 production target report 11 05pm January 12 2 comments Volvo Cars sales up in 2013 Swedish subsidiary of Chinese carmaker Geely see sales rise on strong China growth 10 59am January 10 GM asked to give up Holden SA premier to ask if car giant could offload Aust brand to rival 11 42pm January 08 SA to meet social cost of Holden closure State govt looks to develop strategy to help workers facing job losses 5 47pm January 08 Champ Ventures plans SG Fleet IPO in Q1 The private equity firm plans to sell its 42 per cent stake in the motor vehicle fleet management business in an IPO worth up to 500m by Brett Cole 3 01pm January 07 Toyota nears Aust decision Decision on local manufacturing likely to be made by mid year 11 27pm January 06 10 comments Aust car sales hit record in 2013 Toyota named top selling car maker for 11th year Corolla most popular vehicle 1 33pm January 06 2 comments Holden sales slump report Ahead of 2017 Aust exit sales of flagship Holden Commodore soften 5 28am January 06 7 comments GM lays off 1000 in Brazil Carmaker s cutbacks follow decision to exit Australia 2 55pm January 05 Bumper year for US car sales US auto sales back to 2007 levels on strong Ford Chrysler showing 5 28am January 04 3 comments That s amore Fiat fuelled by Chrysler love The full takeover of Chrysler makes complete sense for Fiat given how reliant the Italian carmaker is on Chrysler s profits Unfortunately it means more capacity for an industry already suffering from oversupply by Stephen Bartholomeusz 12 43pm January 03 4 comments Fiat to buy Chrysler stake US1 75bn deal paves way for full merger creating new global car giant 9 12am January 02 1 comment Govt seeks manufacturing submissions Macfarlane invites input on Vic SA transitions after Ford Holden exits 12 47pm December 27 7 comments SA wants 375m for Holden exit Premier says state will provide 50m federal govt should make up rest 1 54pm December 23 13 comments The decline and fall of a motoring empire If Australia s ailing car sector is to survive it must look to Detroit to understand what not to do by Peter Cai 10 31am December 23 12 comments Holden launches ads to boost brand Car maker says campaign to ensure customers keep

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  • Aviation | Business Spectator
    National Electricity Market as scheduled renewables rose to 12 per cent of the market Industries Advertising and Marketing Agribusiness Automotive Aviation Construction and Engineering Education Family Business Financial Services Food and Beverages Gaming and Racing Health and Pharmaceuticals HR Industrial relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Aviation Sale act move won t aid Qantas Fund manager says repeal of act will not ease Qantas short term troubles report 2 48am January 10 1 comment Qantas shares rally after downgrade Ratings agency cuts airline s senior unsecured and short term ratings Qantas says downgrade not unexpected 4 15pm January 09 3 comments Ailing Qantas needs a new battle strategy Moody s downgrade of Qantas adds to the airline s woes amid an ongoing capacity war Qantas best defence is to convince Virgin that its tactics have no strategic value by Stephen Bartholomeusz 1 24pm January 09 21 comments Virgin passenger numbers decline Despite falling numbers airline reaping greater returns from airfares 2 54pm January 08 MPs back Qantas reform Coalition MPs pledge support for changes to foreign ownership laws report 5 51am January 08 1 comment Boeing in record 2013 Aircraft maker saw record deliveries last year 4 12am January 07 Syd Airport numbers drop in Nov Passenger numbers slip slightly despite lift in international travellers 12 01pm December 20 Qantas cuts still unclear Meeting with unions fails to shed light on departments hardest hit by job cuts 11 30pm December 18 3 comments Qantas nears govt deal report Standby debt facility being considered airline s leaders to meet unions today 3 38am December 18 2 comments AIG sells unit for US5 4bn US group offloads aircraft leasing business to AerCap 12 20am December 17 Abbott to mull Qantas proposals PM urges Qantas staff to fight for airline govt guarantee may be on table 12 47am December 16 8 comments Brindabella calls in receivers Regional airline enters receivership days after CASA grounding 12 39am December 16 DataRoom AM Virgin booster shot Virgin Australia gets some help from its major shareholders while Transurban and AustralianSuper look to have joined forces in a bid for Queensland Motorways by Daniel Palmer 7 34am December 13 Qantas Emirates alliance may be enhanced Jetstar Asia could soon commit to codeshare deal with Emirates report 7 21am December 13 1 comment Hot offerings get the cold shoulder As the year draws to a close investors are opting for stable cash flows and solid valuations over hopes and dreams fund raising campaigns by Kirstie Spicer 3 32pm December 12 Virgin retail offer undersubscribed Shareholders lukewarm response allows institutional investors to lift holdings 12 06pm December 12 1 comment Qantas faces structural issues S P Ratings agency says it downgraded airline for reasons beyond

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  • Construction and Engineering | Business Spectator
    Power consumption fell again in 2013 dipping 2 8 per cent across the National Electricity Market as scheduled renewables rose to 12 per cent of the market Industries Advertising and Marketing Agribusiness Automotive Aviation Construction and Engineering Education Family Business Financial Services Food and Beverages Gaming and Racing Health and Pharmaceuticals HR Industrial relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Construction and Engineering New home sales lift in November HIA new home sales report shows growth rate hits two and a half year high 11 45am January 10 3 comments Building approvals fall in November ABS data shows total number dwellings approved fell more than expected 11 33am January 09 Fair Work Commission warns unions Maritime union ordered to cease taking covert action to lower productivity 5 43pm January 08 1 comment Residential construction lifts in December AiG HIA Performance of Construction Index expands for third consecutive month 9 46am January 08 2 comments Boart Longyear appoints new CFO Drilling company names Jeffrey Olsen as new finance chief 3 55pm January 07 Sydney to avoid house bubble Price growth seen moderating recovery in new dwelling construction report 7 05am January 06 8 comments Leighton acquires Indian JV partner Construction firm takes 100 ownership of Leighton Welspun 2 21pm December 30 Forge Group soars on Roy Hill contract Construction and engineering firm s stock surges more than 50 after go ahead for more work at Gina Rinehart s iron ore site 1 20pm December 30 1 comment Fletcher gets an urge to merge locally Fletcher Building says it would like to consider merger opportunities with its Australian rivals and acquisitions in the US by Damon Kitney The Australian 10 08am December 23 1 comment Roy Hill secures US700m loan Gina Rinehart s iron ore JV wins significant backing from US govt agency 9 21am December 20 Construction sweetheart deals face the wrecking ball Thanks to a Federal Court decision the era of big builders entering cartel style agreements with unions to the detriment of productivity and costs is drawing to a close by Robert Gottliebsen 8 06am December 20 70 comments Work deaths stop Incitec bonuses Explosives and fertiliser maker withholds 2013 management incentives 3 32pm December 19 1 comment DuluxGroup sees modest growth in 2014 Paint supplier says low interest rates rising house prices will boost trade 12 48pm December 19 Incitec Pivot inks Qld gas deal Group executes 23 month gas supply agreement for Phosphate Hill manufacturing plant 11 15am December 19 ACCC flags BlueScope merger concerns Watchdog says OneSteel takeover would affect competition in WA market 10 01am December 19 2 comments Bradken makes 300m Austin bid Austin board receptive to a deal but on better terms than proposed 5 32am December 18 APA

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  • Education | Business Spectator
    Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Education List of IPO debut flops grows The past week has seen most IPOs underperform the market on debut since a raft of successful book builds last month by Amanda Saunders 4 10pm December 17 1 comment Govt mulls uni control report Abbott government working on plan for federal control of universities 3 31am December 16 1 comment Vocation Affinity shares rise on debut The performance of Vocation and Affinity Education has helped restore a little faith in the IPO market by Brett Cole 1 42pm December 09 Lessons lost in the Gonski debate While politicians argue about how much money to throw at schools Australia s poor education outcomes can be dramatically improved by working on the lost art of better teaching by Robert Gottliebsen 8 23am December 05 69 comments Fiddling with Gonski while Shanghai learns How sad that Australia s quest to be the clever country is being scuppered by the re politicisation of education while competitor nations surge ahead by Rob Burgess 8 01am December 04 80 comments Pyne pressured on Gonski funding New group forms to urge education minister to retain Labor funding plan 12 20am November 29 1 comment IDP Education plans IPO Seek is selling part of its stake in the international student placement company by Brett Cole 11 25am November 28 Pyne coy on school funding plans Education minister refuses to detail post Gonski funding model 12 10am November 28 1 comment States protest Gonski decision States pressure Abbott to overrule education minister s announcement 4 18am November 27 3 comments Govt weaseling out of Gonski Shorten Oppn leader says govt using weasel words to walk away from pre election schools funding agreements 2 19pm November 25 5 comments The failure of Udacity The Massive open online education provider Udacity has decided to charge for certified courses So are those pioneering the digital education trend paying more attention to Silicon Valley than education experts by Jason Lodge 8 59am November 21 Vocation to raise 253m in IPO The proceeds of the company s IPO will be used to pay its original shareholders by Brett Cole 2 29pm November 18 Govt to consider HECS sale Pyne Minister says coalition to review merits of move to find savings 1 53am October 29 Forrest to make giant 65m donation Mining magnate prepares to make record donation to five WA universities 5 58am October 15 Broadband to usher in new era of smart home applications ACBI Australian Centre for Broadband Innovation outlines a raft of home based tools that will be enabled by broadband technology by Harrison Polites 11 31am September 03 Microsoft brings ad free Bing to the classroom Microsoft and Google rivalry is now

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