Adversarial politics could give consumers an electric shock

The Harper review presents an opportunity to warn politicians of the ramifications of their game-playing on the electricity market, but getting them to reach consensus on energy policy reform may prove difficult.

Of all the reviews being conducted on energy-related matters at present, the one about national competition policy chaired by Ian Harper may turn out to have the most oomph.


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