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October 15, 2014

EUAA Press Release – The New Energy Paradigm – The Road Ahead

Australian energy policy needs to be separated from the populist social media cycle if our energy markets are to improve, according to the Hon Gary Gray, the federal Shadow Minister for Resources, opening Day Two of the annual Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) national conference, New Energy Paradigm – Better Energy.  Better Business.   Read more

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October 15, 2014

EUAA Press Release – The New Energy Paradigm – Better Energy. Better Business

Energy Users from across Australia have gathered today at Crown Melbourne for the annual Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) national conference, New Energy Paradigm – Better Energy, Better Business.  ‘We’re delighted to give Australia’s large energy users the opportunity to hear direct from our industry’s key influencers,’ said Brian Green, EUAA Chair. Read more here

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October 10, 2014

EUAA Press Release – Asset leasing must drive lower energy costs

Energy Users today welcomed yesterday’s announcement by the Queensland government of its decision to lease its electricity assets.  “As the voice of Australian energy users, we applaud this decision as there are no compelling reasons for maintaining government-owned networks,’ said Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) Chief Executive Officer, Phil Barresi.  “Queensland energy users are

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EUAA Executive Director to Present on “What’s Wrong with Energy in this Country and Why” – at the Commonwealth Club of Adelaide, Tuesday 15th May

 

The EUAA’s Executive Director, Roman Domanski, will be presenting on the above topic at the Commonwealth Club of Adelaide on Tuesday, 15th May.  This follows the release of a recent report, Electricity Prices in Australia: an International Comparison (see report here), which showed that Australia now has among the highest electricity prices in the world, with South Australia having the highest.  He will outline the EUAA’s solutions to this problem, which is fixable provide there is enough will and direction. To find out more or register click here.

 

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