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EUAA Welcomes Australian Industrial Energy Gas Announcement

Emily Wood | February 26, 2018

Reports today of the formation of a new company, Australian Industrial Energy (AIE), that will provide a new source of gas into the Australian eastern…

Energy Security Board Discussion Paper Welcomed by Energy Users

Emily Wood | February 16, 2018

The peak body representing large energy users, the Energy Users' Association of Australia (EUAA) welcomes the release of the National Energy Guarantee Draft Design Discussion…


Learn More and Have Your Say About Transmission Planning in Queensland

Emily Wood | October 16, 2017

Throughout the year Powerlink runs a number of forums for interested stakeholders to discuss a variety of topics including demand…

Schneider Electric’s Weekly Outlook

Emily Wood | October 5, 2017

Schneider's Weekly Outlook is available to full EUAA Members as part of their membership and also available to Schneider Electric clients.…


Tasmanian Energy Forum: From Apple Isle to Battery of the Nation? 8 March 2018

Emily Wood | December 21, 2017

Tasmania is fast becoming a contender for the stabiliser of the NEM as it pursues greater hydro power generation and a new Basslink. But does…

2018 National Conference: Future Thinking. Etihad Stadium, Melbourne 2 - 3 May 2018

admin | July 31, 2017

With energy policy being decided in 2018, are you ready for the year ahead? The Energy Users' Association of Australia's premier 2018 National Conference: Future…


EUAA Submission: COAG Consumer Participation in Revenue Determinations (Nov 2017)

Emily Wood | November 3, 2017

We are at a turning point in consumer participation in revenue determinations and associated regulatory processes. For many years consumer trust that the regulatory process…

EUAA Submission – Competition and Consumer Amendment (abolition of Limited Merits Review) Bill 2017

Emily Wood | October 3, 2017

One of the key drivers of recent increases in electricity bills has been an unprecedented escalation in network tariffs. While some increases may be justified,…

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