This joint letter from PIAC, the Alternative Technology Association and the Ethnic Communities Council of NSW supports amendment of the National Electricity Rules to allow customers to access their
The development of Optional Firm Access (OFA) has a long history. The context in which the concept of OFA was first conceived was very different to that in which it is now being developed.
This submission responded to the NSW Government’s discussion paper, Rebuilding NSW (the discussion paper).
This submission responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) draft determination for a proposed change to the National Electricity Retail Rules submitted by the Consumer Utilities
A joint short submission with the Alternative Technology Association, Uniting Care Australia and CHOICE welcoming this rule change proposal which will, among other changes, clarify customer access
Letter in support of the joint submission made by the Alternative Technology Association and other consumer organisations (including PIAC) on the Consultation paper for the Expanding Competition in
This submission responded to the pricing proposals submitted by the three NSW electricity distribution networks (DNSPs) (Essential Energy, Endeavour Energy and Ausgrid) to the Australian Energy
This submission responded to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) Approach Paper for its review of competition in the retail energy market across the National Energy Market (NEM) (The
This submission responded to the Australian Government’s Issues Paper for the development of an Energy White Paper (the Issues Paper).
This submission responds to the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) Consultation Paper National Electricity Amendment