Victoria ‘makes good’ on its promise to ban embedded network, or does it?

Victoria ‘makes good’ on its promise to ban embedded network, or does it?

AU Energy Compliance
Summary Yesterday it was announced that the Victorian state government had 'made good' on its election promise to ban embedded networks. State minister for energy Lily D’Ambrosio said that from January 2023 embedded networks would be banned unless they 'ran' on 100% renewable energy.  We’re banning embedded networks because all Victorians deserve to get the same competitive energy deals and have the same protections, driving down the cost of living when people need it most, said D’Ambrosio. The recent announcement comes in response to a report from an expert panel. [membership level="0,-1"] Premium content - Click here [/membership] [membership level="1"] Government response The government’s response and position with respect to the expert panel’s final report can be viewed here: https://engage.vic.gov.au/embedded-networks-review Below we examine some of the most important points. Renewable…
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