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Category: NSW Government

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Know your NEM: AGL's cheap wind deal, and falling cost of storage

Know your NEM: AGL’s cheap wind deal, and falling cost of storage

Queensland prices soar again; more on AGL’s cheap price for wind energy; and battery storage costs falling quickly.

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NSW, Queensland seek to protect network revenues at COAG

NSW, Queensland seek to protect network revenues at COAG

NSW and Queensland – which still own their networks – block reforms that could lower network costs. Meanwhile, Finkel sings praises of pumped hydro and household battery storage to COAG energy ministers.

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NSW minister taps household push to share and trade solar energy

NSW minister taps household push to share and trade solar energy

NSW renewables minister says solar households should be allowed to share and trade solar and be pinged only a minimal network “freight” fee.

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NSW moves to top of class on energy efficiency

NSW moves to top of class on energy efficiency

NSW government’s draft energy plans take an ambitious, integrated approach to both renewables and energy efficiency – and that’s a big deal for two major reasons.

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NSW makes major push into renewables, electric vehicles

NSW makes major push into renewables, electric vehicles

NSW outlines major push into renewables – and new storage technologies – as part of its plan to reach zero net emissions by 2050. The state that once boasted of being the “California” of clean energy in Australia, but slipped in the opposite direction, is now starting to do something about it.

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NSW Coalition supports peer-to-peer trading for solar households

NSW Coalition supports peer-to-peer trading for solar households

NSW parliamentary secretary Adam Marshall says solar households in NSW should have the ability to trade electricity that they generate from their rooftops.

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Ausgrid sale great for everyone, except consumers

Ausgrid sale great for everyone, except consumers

The sale of Ausgrid has been hailed in many quarters, but consumers have little to celebrate. The price locks in “gold plating” and may lead to higher fixed charges as more consumers turn to solar and storage and the networks look to protect their revenue streams.

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NSW govt sells Ausgrid stake to Australian super funds for $16bn

NSW govt sells Ausgrid stake to Australian super funds for $16bn

NSW says it has accepted an unsolicited offer from Australian Super and IFM investors to buy 50.4% of utility Ausgrid for just over $16bn.

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IPART seeks feedback on tariffs, batteries as Solar Bonus Scheme comes to end

IPART seeks feedback on tariffs, batteries as Solar Bonus Scheme comes to end

IPART calls on solar industry, power retailers for advice on tariffs, metering, battery storage and other products to help manage the transition as 146,000 NSW homes come off premium FiT.

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NSW energy minister blames Basslink for SA price spikes

NSW energy minister blames Basslink for SA price spikes

NSW energy minister blames Basslink “outage” for South Australia price spikes. Sorry minister, wrong state, wrong link, and it was working at the time.

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Know your NEM: Cold weather sparks jump in volumes, prices

Know your NEM: Cold weather sparks jump in volumes, prices

Electricity market volumes and prices jumped on the NEM as a cold snap hit, while Infigen and ERM announced their annual results.