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Incumbents Opt To Retain Barrier To Australian Solar, Storage, & Shared Energy

Originally published on RenewEconomy. Last month, Andrew Vesey, the chief executive of AGL Energy, made a frank admission. Regulation in the energy industry, he said, were not designed to protect consumers. They were put in place to protect investors. “The consumer is the last thing in the regulator’s mind,” Vesey told the Energy Disruption conference [&hellip Incumbents Opt To Retain Barrier To Australian Solar, Storage, & Shared Energy was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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