“Empowerment” and “choice” are two of the current buzz words consumers are hearing every week as the electricity and broader power generation sector rapidly evolve.
The electricity industry is experiencing technological disruption that many other industries have already faced and needs to adapt regulation to meet customer expectations.
With growing concerns about retail prices and profits retail energy providers are in the spotlight.
Security of power supply is one of the key issues facing the Australian energy market.
The objective of single buyer schemes is to allow customers to benefit from a competitive price for electricity without having to shop around.
The Finkel Review recognises consumers are at the heart of the transition to cleaner energy. But the question remains, will his recommendations deliver lower prices?
When the lights went off and all power went out in South Australia on 28 September last year, public commentary was quick to blame renewables.
It’s been a long hot summer and the topic of energy security is front of mind for customers
The South Australian Government just announced a brave plan to take control of its energy security and reliability issues
Just before 4pm on Wednesday 28 September, a day of extreme weather conditions, the entire state of South Australia lost power. Whilst the exact cause and circumstances of the outage…
Vegetation management around power lines is a significant expense, costing up to $40m in NSW and even more in Queensland. In NSW trees cause 1 in 4 power outages.
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