Short circuit: The trouble with government-owned networks

As the Energy Networks Association gets another CEO, the question lingers: why are government-owned groups lobbying on policy alongside privately-owned organisations?

The Energy Networks Association is the peak body representing the owners of gas and electricity networks in Australia. It represents 26 gas and electricity network organisations – who together own $65 billion dollars’ worth of assets – on issues such as state government policy and regulatory environments under which energy networks must operate.


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