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NEG will replace electricity markets with Soviet-style state planning
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Competition isn’t working in Australia’s energy retail markets
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Wholesale price rises whodunit: Gas or renewables?
Emissions intensity scheme – another act in tragic comedy of errors
Time to put energy retailers and their offers under the microscope
Australian retail electricity price guide – state by state
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Coal closures: Will utility margins rise where the sun don’t shine?
Solar and battery storage beating best retail offers in SA by a quarter
Tesla’s price shock: Solar + battery as cheap as grid power
AGL’s new retail offer signals big jump in wholesale electricity prices
Making sense of the AEMO report on SA blackout
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Does rapid renewables expansion necessarily mean higher electricity prices?
Are retailers failing to properly value rooftop solar generation?
Australia’s big energy retailers are fattening their consumer margins
Grid parity for battery storage? It’s complicated
Networks continue spending spree, and the customer pays
Battery storage and the challenge for networks and regulators
Network polemics: Why ENA is wrong on battery storage costs
Networks pricing everyone out of grid: It’s time for competition
Solar wars: How networks discriminate against solar households
Grattan’s solar report: The numbers still don’t add up
Grattan got numbers wrong: Solar policies delivered net benefit of $1.2bn
Australia’s energy woes will not be solved by reinforcing a monopoly
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Regulator’s ruling on default market offers might not lower prices
Energy price gouging exposed by new regulations
Bruce Mountain, The Conversation,
6 Dec 2018