Who’s got the energy mix to win the Victorian state election?

Dr Martin Hurst, MW, 15 Oct 2018

Excess solar power in network could cause blackouts, damage infrastructure

Liz Hobday, ABC, 12 Oct 2018 and watch the ABC's 7.30 Report here.

Sun shines on Labor's solar scheme as Liberal energy war flares up


Adam Carey, Noel Towell and Joe Hinchliffe,The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 Sept 2018.

Energy providers “colluded for market power”


Laura Harvey, Energy Magazine, 25 Mar 2019

Experts cast doubt on Coalition's power price pledge

Nicole Hasham and Cole Latimer, The Sydney Morning Herald, 10 May 2019

Hazelwood shutdown pumped AGL Energy profit


Perry Williams, The Australian, 25 Mar 2019

AGL's use of 'huge' market clout costs consumers $3b a year: report


Peter Hannam, The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 March 2019

Power plays over green energy subsidies

Charis Palmer, The Saturday Paper, 24 Nov 2018

Experts back Mike Cannon-Brookes: Australia can be clean energy superpower

Ben Potter, Australian Financial Review,
2 Nov 2018

Voters eager to punish politicians 'stuck in the past': energy expert

Ben Potter, Australian Financial Review, 21 Oct 2018

The bill shock you may not know about – but should


Janelle Ward, Your Life Choices, 26 Nov 2018.

Is Labor's energy plan really a wrecking ball for industry?

Nicole Hasham, The Sydney Morning Herald,
24 Nov 2018

Coal baron Trevor St Baker fears VRET will drive prices up


Ben Potter and Mark Ludlow, Australian Financial Review,

13 Sept 2018.

Powering the energy debate


Victoria University, 20 Aug 2018.

New research claims National Energy Guarantee (NEG) will be ineffective

Patricia Karvelas, ABC Radio National, Separate Stories podcast, 25 Jul 2018.

The NEG won't stop the unstoppable march of renewable energy

Ben Potter, Australian Financial Review, 25 Jul 2018

New research claims National Energy Guarantee (NEG) will be ineffective

Leon Byner, FIVEaa, 24 Jul 2018.

State's solar and wind energy boom could power every home for a year

Adam Carey, The Age, 5 Jul 2018

'Frankenstein's monster': Energy plan may allow states to 'free ride'

Nicole Hasham, Peter Hannam and Cole Latimer, The Sydney Morning Herald, 15 Jun 2018.

Frydenberg tells states conservative Liberals won't get their way on emissions cuts


Katharine Murphy, The Guardian, 15 Jun 2018

Energy expert to Tomago Aluminium: Buy cheap wind and solar power

Ben Potter, Australian Financial Review, 14 Jun 2018.

Turnbull government's sudden shift raised NEG doubts, Victoria says

Peter Hannam, The Sydney Morning Herald,

13 Jun 2018.

New Centre to drive energy policy in Victoria

Renew Economy, 13 Jun 2018.

New policy hub to tackle 'vested interests' in energy sector

Peter Hannam, The Sydney Morning Herald,
11 Jun 2018.

Independent and Bipartisan Review of the Electricity and Gas Retail Markets in Victoria


Victorian State Government, 11 Mar 2018.

10 hot trends shaping Australian clean energy


Kane Thornton, Renew Economy, 21 Jan 2019.

'No trilemma': Study finds increased renewables push down power prices


Peter Hannam, The Sydney Morning Herald,

6 Dec 2018

How to make the state great in eight years


The Age, 6 Dec 2018

Victoria's frail energy grid exposed on day of record heat and demand


Adam Carey, The Age, 25 Jan 2019.

Downed power lines trap residents in five streets in Sydney’s west


Matthew Benns, The Daily Telegraph, 28 Jan 2019.

Australian energy giant AGL 'gouged' customers after Hazelwood closure, new research shows


Liz Hobday, Chris Gillett and Danny Tran, ABC 7.30, 25 Mar 2019

Our Future: No solutions in 'solution package'


Joseph Scales, The Islander, 4 Mar 2019

Origin Energy to take $44m hit from default power price reform


Angela Macdonald-Smith, Australian Financial Review,

25 Feb 2019

Solar demographics: Low-to-mid income households choose solar to beat rising power prices


Energy Matters 5, 25 Feb 2019

Poorer households switching to solar faster than the rich


Peter Hannam, The Sydney Morning Herald, 23 Feb 2019

Two-day power bill hits $1bn for states


Ben Packham and Perry Williams, The Australian, 30 Jan 2019.

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