Dear Editor, I agree with my old Assembly colleague, Gary Humphries (CW, 3 June 2021, page 6), that amongst many young people there is "deep cynicism about the democratic process, and that a nihilistic...
70,000 ACT households stand to gain by up to $400 a year, now a bill for Canberrans to get better energy deals has passed the Assembly.
The ACT Government this week announced new legislation that will require energy retailers to tell customers if a better deal is available.
Four in five Aussies (84%) believe their energy bill will be higher than usual as a result of home-based work and schooling during the pandemic, but haven't changed their usage habits.
The average ACT household annual electricity bill should be $43 lower in 2020-21, following the ACT Independent Competition and Regulation Commission decision on regulated retail electricity prices released today.