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September 15, 2014

EUAA Press Release – PC Review into GAS – Survival of Aussie industries is in the national interest

Energy users welcome news this morning of the Productivity Commission commencing a project examining policy issues related to the Australian gas markets.  ‘The massive transformation currently experienced by Australian gas markets has the potential to shut down entire industries,’ said Phil Barresi, CEO of the Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA). ‘The economic impact of

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September 1, 2014

EUAA Press Release – RET is not free of costs – large users continue to subsidise existing renewable policy

Energy users welcome yesterday’s release of the report outlining the finding of the RET Review Panel.  ‘Our members, large users, have long voiced concerns of the RET policy as it currently stands,’ said Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) Chief Executive Officer Phil Barresi.  “Whilst we recognise the value to Australia of having a robust,

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August 8, 2014

EUAA Press Release – Asset sales and power of choice to drive lower energy bills

Today’s speech by Mr Rod Sims – Chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) at the Australian Energy Regulators’ conference in Brisbane calling for the sale of publicly-owned energy assets as well as energy policies that promote demand management rather than fixed charges is welcomed by the Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA) Read

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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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