An umpire calls for an RET overhaul

RET cost burdens will shift back to consumers if the market stays in its current 'messy' state, the east coast energy market regulator said as it recommended a floating target. But it also came up with another plan.

Getting the ball booted in to touch by the umpire is unexpected in any game and must be somewhat blindsiding those in green jumpers in the RET grand final.

The Australian Energy Market Commission, which makes the rules for the east coast’s national electricity market, is a late contributor to the renewable energy target review being undertaken by Dick Warburton & Co.


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