Victorian Embedded Networks: What’s the deal?

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On 28 October 2020, we presented a webinar on the Victorian embedded network regulatory regime and changes under consideration.

The webinar was recorded and you can watch it on-demand here by registering at this link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G9mMl-BLQKmCohS27IBh1Q

If you would like to learn more about embedded networks in Victoria, please get in touch.

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