Researcher Salary and Costs

Financial Year: 2004/05

To examine the implications of further integration with the National Electricity Market (“NEM”) for small end-users in metropolitan, regional, and rural Queensland. It will will also participate in relevant Ministerial Council of Energy (“MCE”) and Queensland Government consultations on electricity market reform, including through making written submissions in response to issues and discussion papers, and will examine the barriers to participation in the NEM for small end-users.
This project would therefore be carried out in the interests of, and in consultation with, household/residential users of electricity in metropolitan, regional and remote Queensland and/or community organisations that represent those consumers.

Grant Details Grant Content
Grant Reference Number: 99
Applicant: Centre for Credit and Consumer Law
Grant Amount: $90,763
Approval Status: Yes
Financial Year: 2004/05
Grant Type: Electricity Advocacy
Energy Type: Electricity
Jurisdiction: National,QLD
Consumer Class: Large Business,Residential,Rural


Progress report 1
Progress Report 2
Progress Report 2 Attachment 1
Progress Report 2 Attachment 2a
Letter to ERIG
Submission on Full Retail Competition Codes
Submission on Electricity Industry Code
Submission to MCE Competition Criteria
FRC Seminar paper
Electricity matters Research Report

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