Consumer preferences and electricity pricing reform in Western Australia
Dev Tayal and
Utilities Policy, 2018, vol. 54, issue C, 115-124
Australia's electricity prices are high, driven by rising peak demand that is forcing significant levels of infrastructure investment. Compounding these factors is the lack of transparent price signals for consumers, with uniform pricing structures providing no incentive to change consumption behaviours.
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