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The National Energy Guarantee is dead, buried and cremated – or is it?
The National Energy Guarantee (NEG) isn't alive, but it isn't quite dead either, so we'll wait to see what happens next.
Australia
1 Dec 2018
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Energy Update: New obligations on exempt sellers
The updated AER Exempt Selling Guidelines give more protection to customers and introduce a dispute resolution procedure.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Energy Update: Time is running out to appoint an embedded network manager
Transitional period for implementing the AEMC final rule on embedded networks and customer access to NEM ends 31 March 2018.
Australia
28 Mar 2018
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New rule for embedded networks comes into force
The AEMC's final rule on embedded networks and customer access to the National Electricity Market has come into force.
Australia
2 Dec 2017
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Clean Energy Target scrapped; National Energy Guarantee endorsed
The NEG is supposed to deliver more affordable and reliable energy while meeting Australia's international obligations.
Australia
12 Nov 2017
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AEMC draft rule to promote a competitive market in distributed energy resources
AEMC, the rule maker for the Australian electricity market, has introduced a draft rule to facilitate competition.
Australia
13 Sep 2017
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5 things to look out for in solar power purchase agreements
A solar PPA is where a customer buys the energy output of a solar PV system for a fixed term, but not the system itself.
Australia
3 Sep 2017
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FCAS rule changes increase competition in the energy market
Changes to the technical rules around how the electricity system is operated could lead to lower prices for customers.
Australia
16 Aug 2017
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Tesla and energy storage might solve SA's electricity problems
The plan to use battery storage with solar power is a bit of a regulatory headache, if it is to be commercially viable.
Australia
13 Mar 2017
10
The energy market and load shedding
High temperatures and high consumption highlight the complexity the energy industry faces in managing electricity supply.
Australia
28 Feb 2017
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COAGulated east coast gas market needs sensible policy reform
This report on the wholesale gas market provides recommendations to increase the east coast gas trade and transportation.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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Time to charge your batteries: Energy storage and the end of the Solar Bonus Scheme
Battery technology is stepping in to give household electricity generators more control over how they use their energy.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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New developments in NSW CSG exploration
We take a look at the Gas Plan's key policies and developments.
Australia
14 Dec 2014
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Top 3 issues for protecting your IP in oil and gas operations
New technology and changing processes are making oil and gas drilling and extraction more and more economic.
Australia
19 Oct 2014
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Before things get nuclear
Australian uranium could be exported to India within a year after the two governments seal this controversial agreement.
Australia
17 Sep 2014
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What the 'frack' is going on?: environmental approvals of CSG projects
Perhaps one of the most divisive issues plaguing our airwaves at the moment is hydraulic fracturing, or 'fracking'.
Australia
10 Jul 2014
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Mt Penny Blues: miners get a bad case of the Obeids
The NSW Government will cancel mining licences for Doyles Creek, Mt Penny and Glendon Brook following ICAC recommendations.
Australia
27 Jan 2014
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Who’s in the firing line for the water trigger? Reforms to water laws
What are the recent reforms under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment Bill?
Australia
2 Jul 2013
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Mining Boom – IP Doom?
You must ensure your intellectual property protection strategy adequately protects your R&D and new technology overseas.
Australia
30 Mar 2013
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The new CSG reforms – Staying out of deep water, or any water really...
Focusing on standards for effective well casing and minimal impact drilling would be a better use of everyone's time.
Australia
20 Mar 2013
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