Update: Electricity and Other Legislation (Batteries and Premium Feed-in Tariff) Amendment Bill 2018

Update: Electricity and Other Legislation (Batteries and Premium Feed-in Tariff) Amendment Bill 2018

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On 15 March 2018, the QLD State Development, Natural Resources and Agricultural Industry Development Committee ('Committee') published its report on the Electricity and Other Legislation (Batteries and Premium Feed-in Tariff) Amendment Bill 2018 ('Bill'). The Committee has recommended that the Bill be passed. By Connor James, Compliance Quarter.  [caption id="attachment_3701" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Photo by Jack van Tricht on Unsplash[/caption] What the Bill Seeks to Do As noted in our previous post on 15 February, the Electricity and Other Legislation (Batteries and Premium Feed-in Tariff) Amendment Bill 2018 was introduced to the Queensland Parliament by the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy. The Bill seeks to make three key changes to the regulation of the sale of electricity in Queensland. These are: Removal of the Non-reversion Policy for Small Customers; Amendments to the Solar…
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