2020

After two decades, the national electricity market is on its way out, and that’s alright

Bruce Mountain, VEPC Director, The Conversation, 10 Dec

Loyalty taxes in retail electricity markets: not as they seem

Bruce Mountain and Kelly Burns, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 23 Nov

Pumped hydro isn’t our energy future, it’s our past

Bruce Mountain and Steven Percy, The Conversation, 29 Oct

A new look inside the workings of Australia’s National Electricity Market

Bruce Mountain and Steven Percy, Renew Economy, 20 Oct

You can’t trust the price-comparison market, as iSelect’s $8.5 million fine shows

Bruce Mountain, The Conversation, 13 Oct

Narrabri gas reality check: it may take big investors to put it out of its misery

AEMO’s Integrated System Plan: Does it leave Snowy 2.0 high and dry?

NSW has approved Snowy 2.0. Here are six reasons why that’s a bad move

Bruce Mountain and Mark Lintermans, Associate Professor, University of Canberra, The Conversation, 21 May

Dont worry: staying at home for months is unlikely to lead to an eye-watering electricity bill

Bruce Mountain, Kelly Burns and Steven Percy, The Conversation, 24 April

COVID-19 and Social Distancing: Does It Show Up in the Demand for Electricity?

Steven Percy and Bruce Mountain, International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Energy Forum, COVID-19 Special Issue 2020

Snowy 2.0 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing – it will push carbon emissions up, not down

Bruce Mountain, The Conversation, Mar

Energy oligopoly using market power to profit under cover of rooftop solar

Bruce Mountain and Steven Percy, Renew Economy, Feb