Infigen Energy is another example of a company where everything that could go wrong did. Here’s why.
Victoria’s Energy Efficiency mark hasn’t disappointed, with considerable price movements alongside strong trading volumes, coinciding with the scheme’s successful transition from a largely residential focus, to a far more commercial one.
The silence on the project commitment front was loud enough to induce a familiar tinnitus: speculation of further regulatory change.
Spot electricity prices are shockingly high for this time of year in most states, as Queensland demand surges and Tasmania turns to gas and diesel.
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Snowy Hydro has tried to play down its image as a renewable company, but now it owns another retailer it may need to revisit its approach to the renewable energy market, and possibly its privatisation.
Australia’s clean energy history is a litany of mistakes, dashed hopes and failed plans. One potential success is the CEFC, but it needs to be less cautious.
Networks are waging a fierce war with regulators over how much spending they can pass on to consumers. The competition tribunal appears to have decided that higher prices are in the longer term interests of consumers.