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ICRC jumps the shark on water pricing

The Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission has just released a review of Canberra’s water pricing regime. In it, they are proposing that fixed charges rise considerably, while usage charges are significantly reduced. Their report (http://www.icrc.act.gov.au/water-and-sewerage/tariff-review-2016/) uses projections about which I am dubious of future water usage, population growth and climate change modelling to “prove” their point.
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