When voters don't want fair power pricing

Resistance to the Grattan Institute's power pricing model is reverberating across the airwaves and newspapers… but overhauling Australia's unfair electricity tariff system is bound to be a political hot potato.

Will you be happy if your power bill goes up because other customers are getting cuts under electricity tariff arrangements better reflecting users’ calls on network services?

This is the kernel of the new Grattan Institute paper on “fair pricing for power”-- or at least it is if you look at the issue from a politician’s perspective.

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