The EUAA is Australia’s largest energy user advocacy organisation. Our members are part of a critical network of companies spanning food, transport, technology, energy, mining, real estate, provision of raw materials, entertainment, and professional services that benefit the Australian community.
Over the last 10 years Australia has given up its comparative advantage in competitively priced, highly reliable energy that has underpinned significant industrial development and employment for many decades.
In assessing the causes of this it is important to highlight the broad range of issues impacting on energy users. All too often the debate and by virtue of this the policy and regulatory response, focuses on just one element when a more holistic response is required.
Download the attached document to review EUAA policy position on Electricity.
While inroads are being made in relation to the supply and price of domestic gas. While a new mechanism to better manage these issues has been introduced by the Federal Government in recent times, there is still more to be done to ensure a reliable and affordable gas supply is available.
To review the EUAA position on issues to do with gas, please download the attached document.
Sustainability is a key issue in energy which relates to emissions and long term energy supply. Energy users rely on an efficient and sustainable supply of energy in which to operate their business; sustainability is therefore a key consideration.
The attached document provides a summary of the EUAA position on issues including sustainability.
Emily Wood | October 26, 2018
Project Marinus is the TasNetworks proposal to build a second interconnector between Tasmania and Victoria. The PSCR is just the first stage of a longer…
Emily Wood | October 19, 2018
See attached Reponse to Over the Counter Transparency in the NEM submission.
Emily Wood | October 19, 2018
The debate around the competitiveness of the NEM has continued for many years. Consumers claim that generators have been “manipulating” the market and generators respond…
Emily Wood | August 31, 2018
We have reviewed the Project Assessment Draft Report (PADR) and have consulted with other end user advocates who have been most useful in the preparation…
Emily Wood | August 22, 2018
In our submission on this matter in late July, the EUAA highlighted how our members had recently received invoices for RERT, sometimes totalling hundreds and…
Emily Wood | August 10, 2018
Our members are highly exposed to movements in both gas and electricity prices and have been under increasing stress due to escalating energy costs. Many…
Emily Wood | July 26, 2018
The current uncertain state of the NEM and the tightening supply/demand balance supports the need for AEMO to have an efficient and low cost RERT…
Emily Wood | July 13, 2018
We have reviewed the Emissions Guarantee elements of the NEG and are in general agreement with the approach adopted by the ESB. The introduction of…
Emily Wood | July 6, 2018
We are supportive of the NEG as we believe it has the potential to provide a level of stability to the transition of energy markets…
Emily Wood | July 2, 2018
In summary, the EUAA supports proposed amendments to the national energy laws to give the Australian Energy Regulator the power to compel individuals to appear…
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