Energy users could be paid to reduce use

By Rebecca Gredley
Updated February 4 2019 - 11:36am, first published 10:06am
Australians could be compensated for reducing electricity use to help the grid during peak demand.
Australians could be compensated for reducing electricity use to help the grid during peak demand.

Consumers could be paid for reducing the amount of electricity they use to help the grid during peak demand in an industry change being considered by the market's rule maker.

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