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'Elephant in room': Power retailers unable to talk prices at summit

'Elephant in room': Power retailers unable to talk prices at summit

Energy retailers gathered by the government to work out how to reduce power bills were unable to discuss lowering prices for fear it was considered collusion.

  • by Cole Latimer

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Company that helped power price surge voted best electricity retailer
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Company that helped power price surge voted best electricity retailer

A national survey has found electricity consumer satisfaction has fallen year-on-year but the retailer that helped kickstart spiking power prices has been voted the best.

  • by Cole Latimer
Gas import terminals 'inevitable' but won't lower prices, say analysts
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Gas import terminals 'inevitable' but won't lower prices, say analysts

Rising gas demand will make Australia a gas importer for the first time in its history but major gas users are likely to see little respite from high prices.

  • by Cole Latimer
'Perfect storm of stuff-ups': AGL in regulator's sights after third violation
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'Perfect storm of stuff-ups': AGL in regulator's sights after third violation

Energy giant AGL has had its third run-in with the regulator in a fortnight, copping a $56,000 fine for wrongly cutting off a customer’s power for nearly four months.

  • by Cole Latimer
AGL says it remains committed to closing Liddell power plant in 2022
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AGL says it remains committed to closing Liddell power plant in 2022

AGL's decision to shut its coal-fired power plant in the face of government opposition is simple economics, and not ideological, the company said on Wednesday.

  • by Cole Latimer
AGL fined $3 million for missing emissions targets
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AGL fined $3 million for missing emissions targets

AGL has been hit with a $3 million fine by Victoria’s energy regulator for failing to offset its emissions levels, a week after regulator threatened to kick it out of the state.

  • by Cole Latimer
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'Get your house in order': Victorian regulator puts AGL on notice over dodgy data
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'Get your house in order': Victorian regulator puts AGL on notice over dodgy data

Victoria’s energy regulator is considering taking the first steps in pulling AGL’s licence to sell gas and electricity in the state over its dodgy data.

  • by Cole Latimer
AGL admits giving dodgy complaints data to energy regulator
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AGL admits giving dodgy complaints data to energy regulator

The Australian Energy Regulator has been forced to pull the past financial year's statistics from its website after the power giant gave it inaccurate information.

  • by Cole Latimer
AGL leadership change may renew Canberra tensions
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AGL leadership change may renew Canberra tensions

The proposed closure of a single coal-fired power station led to energy company AGL’s CEO’s removal and played a key part in the deposal of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, but can new leaders reach a compromise?

  • by Cole Latimer
Can't vote Liberal 'in good conscience': Alex Turnbull blasts climate stance
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Can't vote Liberal 'in good conscience': Alex Turnbull blasts climate stance

Alex Turnbull blamed "rent-seekers" backing the coal industry for felling his father Malcolm Turnbull as prime minister, saying it's "impossible" to vote for the Liberal-National coalition "in good conscience" because of its climate stance.

  • by Peter Hannam
'Irreparably fractured': Ex-AGL chief says Vesey's exit a 'good outcome'
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'Irreparably fractured': Ex-AGL chief says Vesey's exit a 'good outcome'

The energy chief's departure comes after more than a year of butting heads with the government over energy policy and climate change.

  • by Cole Latimer