Overcoming the information asymmetry: Approaches to improving customer participation in the energy retail market

Financial Year: 2010/11

It is aimed at developing solutions to some of the barriers to consumer information and understanding of the retail energy market with a view to enhancing the ability of energy consumers to make informed choices in their interest.

Grant Details Grant Content
Grant Reference Number: 439
Applicant: Consumer Utilities Advocacy Centre
Grant Amount: $44,700
Approval Status: Yes
Financial Year: 2010/11
Grant Type: Joint Advocacy
Energy Type: Joint Energy
Jurisdiction: National
Consumer Class: Low Income,Residential,Rural


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