Infigen's retail stand-off

The big energy retailers are looking to drive a hard bargain on power purchase agreements, but Infigen is content to wait until they come running. Coalition policy may decide who blinks first.

A little while ago I caught up with Miles George, the CEO of Infigen Energy (Part 1 of the interview transcript is available here).

Infigen is the largest owner of wind power capacity in Australia and holds an Australian wind development pipeline of over a gigawatt of potential capacity, in addition to a significant holding of US wind capacity as well. 

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