CUAC Newsletter POWER+WATER


The CUAC newsletter POWER+WATER offers detailed but digestible news and analysis of topical consumer issues in energy, gas and water. Three issues are produced each year. You can sign up to receive POWER+WATER from the homepage.

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CUAC Quarterly Issue 16 CUAC Quarterly Issue 16

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Date added: 01/09/2009
Filesize: 3.79 MB

September 2009

  • AGL poor performance reported
  • National Water Forum
  • AMI costs need close watching
  • Need for transparency in water
  • The energy efficiency imperative
  • CUAC submissions
  • CUAC funded research
  • From the Executive Officer

CUAC Rural and Regional Newsletter CUAC Rural and Regional Newsletter

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Date added: 01/09/2009
Filesize: 2.38 MB

September 2009

  • CUAC goes to Gippsland
  • Grants and Rebates
  • Regional water saving success stories

CUAC Quarterly Issue 17 CUAC Quarterly Issue 17

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Date added: 01/12/2009
Filesize: 2.03 MB

December 2009

  • Changes needed for AMI rollout
  • Energy retailer report released
  • Indigenous utilities issues project
  • Regulator’s report flags private access to water infrastructure
  • EWOV update
  • The social implications of water and energy pricing
  • Green Start program
  • ‘Still an Unfair Deal’ launched
  • Energy price rises will hurt low income consumers: report
  • Recent CUAC submissions
  • From the Executive Officer

CUAC Rural and Regional Network Newsletter CUAC Rural and Regional Network Newsletter

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Date added: 01/12/2009
Filesize: 1.12 MB

December 2009

  • CUAC hits the road to regional areas
  • Bendigo Energy Futures conference
  • Affordability and increasing issue for consumers in Gippsland

CUAC Rural and Regional Network Newsletter CUAC Rural and Regional Network Newsletter

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Date added: 01/05/2010
Filesize: 1.14 MB

May 2010

  • Indigenous Research and Action Project
  • Inquiry into the Adequacy and Future Directions of Public Housing in Victoria
  • Review of the Effectiveness of National Energy Market Security and Reliability Arrangements in Light of Extreme Weather Events
  • Reducing the risk of catastrophic bushfires caused by overhead power lines
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