ACCC again argues for the early abolition of a solar rebate, while Angus Taylor re-heats ‘big stick’ energy legislation.
Just when you thought Australia had hit the ceiling on absurd energy politics, federal Nationals MP Keith Pitt has unveiled a “bold” new plan for Queensland to quit the national grid.
AGL posts $1 billion profit for the year, but expects falling energy prices, rising fuel costs and the impact of retail regulation to dampen future earnings.
IEEFA says domestic gas reserve could dramatically reduce both gas and electricity prices for Australian consumers.
Some customers may see some bill reductions, but the Australian Energy Regulator’s decision on DMOs is unlikely to take the political heat out of electricity prices.
Solving the energy-equity issue for low income renters requires both reward and punishment to incentivise behaviour of the various stakeholders.
Our research finds, emphatically, that in electricity there is no dilemma between decarbonisation and lower wholesale prices. The “tri-lemma” concept is already past its prime.
As ScoMo sets off on the campaign trail, report says surge in wind and solar has seen NEM wholesale power prices peak, and go into a decline. Fair dinkum.
Scott Morrison’s grasp on his favourite Alan Jones-approved energy policy slogan continues to slip, as the campaign to reclaim it for renewables gains serious momentum.
If Scott Morrison is serious about bringing down power prices he should be walking around Parliament with a solar panel not a lump of coal.