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Articles by Chris Dunstan

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Reform to "anti-Demand Management" regulations would cut power costs

Reform to “anti-Demand Management” regulations would cut power costs

New study finds smarter electricity network regulation would improve reliability, reduce emissions and cut power bills for energy users.

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Turnbull's right: we need cheap, clean and reliable power – here's how

Turnbull’s right: we need cheap, clean and reliable power – here’s how

Better managing how we use electricity in our homes will reduce pressure on the grid, and reduce the need for more power stations.

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Kangaroo Island’s choice: a new cable to the mainland, or renewables

Kangaroo Island’s choice: a new cable to the mainland, or renewables

Choosing renewables means negotiating a series of technical and regulatory issues at a scale never before attempted in Australia. But if anyone can do it…

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Shout out for the quiet energy revolution

Shout out for the quiet energy revolution

The impact of lifting energy productivity via smarter energy management, energy efficiency and load management may have an even bigger impact over coming years.

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A simple rule change can save billions for power networks and their customers

A simple rule change can save billions for power networks and their customers

Money spent on helping consumers reduce demand means less money spent on substations and other infrastructure.

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Double or nothing: Australia’s G20 energy challenge

Double or nothing: Australia’s G20 energy challenge

Australia has had cheap fuel sources, but it has only encouraged us to be wasteful.

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Solar boom: We're headed for an electricity war

Solar boom: We’re headed for an electricity war

Caught napping by the solar boom, Australia’s electricity industry is fighting back. Without government action, our energy future could become an ugly war.