Danger signs for a power price surge?

Judging the future electricity demand needs of the country is fraught with danger, as recent events show, with a fine line between paying too much for network upgrades and risking our energy security.

Trying to plot east coast electricity demand is not getting any easier.

One example of this is the fact that, having risen by about 7,000 gigawatt hours over four years to 2008-9, annual consumption in the five eastern states and the ACT is set to be 7,000 GWh lower four years later.


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