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19 Dec Update from COAG Energy Council meeting

The COAG Energy Council met today for their 21st meeting. On the agenda was AEMO addressing their work in preparing the grid for summer, bringing down electricity costs and ensuring long term grid reliability and security. AEMO highlighted the priority of work being undertaken to ensure that there is enough dispatchable generation in the NEM and integration of renewable and distributed energy resources. The Ministers agreed to a work program for the ESB to develop advice on a long term, fit for purpose market framework to support reliability that could apply from the mid-2020s. There was very little detail on this framework, however Edge will look to discover more. Reliability Ministers agreed...

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26 Oct Ergon Retail offer ‘EasyPay Rewards’ to help alleviate rising costs in energy

On Tuesday 24 October, Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt and Energy Minister Mark Baily announced a new suite of measures to create electricity savings for Queenslanders under the Palaszczuk Government’s Affordable Energy Plan. One of the initiatives announced will be the removal of Ergon’s non-reversion policy.  The non-reversion policy prevented customers who transferred away from Ergon Retail from returning.  The Government believes that removing this policy will give customers in regional Queensland more choice when selecting a retailer.  Not only will regional customers be able to shop around, but they will now have the ability to test the water and return to Ergon Retail should they wish to do so.  Coupled with...

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