Historically, energy consumers have left the role of understanding and advocating for their interests to regulators and government, but what energy consumers need from the energy system is changing.
The electricity landscape in Australia is changing rapidly, as generation from renewable energy sources continues to grow and consumers become more active participants in the market
The policy landscape for electricity market reform is complex, with many different proposals spread across state governments, the federal government and energy market institutions.
On 1 December 2017 the Power of Choice (PoC) reforms commence introducing contestability for the provision of metering services to small customers in NSW, ACT, Queensland, Tasmania and South Australia.…
With growing concerns about retail prices and profits retail energy providers are in the spotlight.
Dmitry Danilovich explores the potential of on-site renewable power generation.
The electricity market is increasingly geared towards providing customers with new energy services but energy affordability and continuity of supply is still a costly issue for consumers
In late August 2016, National Grid, the entity responsible for managing the UK’s electricity grid, announced the winners of a tender to supply a little known service which helps to…
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