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The national energy market is an abject failure - it's time for a publicly owned grid

09.10.2018
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Microeconomic reform has failed in every part of the supply system and it needs to be redesigned from the ground upThe recent proposal by the Greens for the establishment of a publicly owned electricity retailer is the latest of a series in which proposals for renewed public intervention have emerged across the political spectrum. The Queensland Labor government has committed to the establishment of a publicly owned renewable electricity generator, to be called CleanCo. At the federal level, the Labor leader, Bill Shorten, has repeatedly stated that electricity privatisation was a mistake. The LNP government is still committed to the Snowy 2.0 hydro scheme, while the climate denialist faction wants public money for a new coal-fired power station.This renewed appetite for public ownership is accompanied by general recognition that the national electricity market has been a complete failure. As I discuss in my contribution to a new book, Wrong Way, How Privatisation and Economic Reform Backfire, microeconomic reform has failed in every part of the electricity supply system. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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