Power Politics: The Electricity Crisis and You
Wakefield Press, 2003 - Electric industries - 191 pages
The privatisation of South Australia's electricity supply has been a disaster for this state. Households and small businesses face price hikes of around 25 per cent on the average power bill and the threat of power blackouts remains strong. How did this mess come about?
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Power Politics Crisis and reform
Nationbuilding Nationalisation and ETSA
Market PowerThe privatisation of
Free Market Reform and the South Australian
Understanding the National Electricity Market
Electricity Markets Competition and Prices
Energy and the Environmental Challenge
Energy Efficiency Equity and Sustainability
How Can We Use Electricity More Efficiently?
Towards a Culture of Energy Efficiency
Energy and Equity Towards a socially
In the Public Interest Strategies for civic
The Power to Change Towards a sustainable
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