The EUAA is a leading voice representing a critical network companies. For all media queries relating to energy user issues and requests for interview with our CEO, please contact Emily Wood on 0421 042 121


EUAA Submission: Commercial Arbitration Framework for Pipeline Access Disputes under the National Gas Law (8 February 2017)

Emily Wood | February 8, 2017

The annual energy bills paid by our members collectively amounts to many billions of dollars and constitutes a significant cost…

EUAA Submission: A Draft Plan to Save NSW Energy and Money

Emily Wood | December 20, 2016

The EUAA are very supportive of this initiative. However, there are many variables that impact energy markets and user costs…

EUAA Submission to Queensland Gas Supply and Demand Action Plan

Emily Wood | December 19, 2016

The advent of several LNG projects being established within similar timeframes has led to a very difficult situation for domestic…

EUAA Submission – AER Proposed Rule Change for Replacement Expenditure Planning Arrangements

Emily Wood | November 24, 2016

Energy users have watched with interest how the National Electricity Objective has been interpreted over time … Contact for…

EUAA Submission on Credible Pathways to a 50% renewable energy target for Queensland, Draft Report

Emily Wood | November 2, 2016

Energy and climate change policy has tended to be pursued in policy silos by state and federal governments. If this…

EUAA Submission on Review of RIT-T Regulatory Test

Emily Wood | October 21, 2016

What changes should be made to the current test to improve its efficiency and effectiveness to achieve the National Electricity…

EUAA Submission on Feasibility of a second Tasmanian interconnector

Emily Wood | October 17, 2016

In the past, greater interconnection between states was seen as a desirable outcome and was assumed that competitive prices, improved…

EUAA Submission – Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime

Emily Wood | October 6, 2016

One of the key drivers of recent increases in electricity prices has been the unprecedented escalation in network tariffs. While…

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