A critique of the Victorian retail electricity market

13 October 2015

The retail electricity market is failing Victorians, according to a new report, A critique of the Victorian retail electricity market.

The report found  that overall retailers' charges in Victorian electricity bills, which include metering, billing and marketing, rose by an average 212% over six years, from a range of $86 to $183 in 2008 to a range of $371 to $471 in 2014.

Read A critique of the Victorian retail electricity market »

Read the background paper Rising retail costs and their impact on energy affordability »

Read the media release »

Contact: Damian Sullivan dsullivan(at)bsl.org.au


Categories:  Energy, equity and climate change
Topics:  Energy, equity and climate change

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