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Energy trial provides an insight into the future
Network prices are falling for Victorian households and businesses connected to natural gas; as the Australian Energy Regulator today announced tariff reductions for the network component of Victorian gas bills.
The Free Electrons global accelerator program is seeking the next generation of ideas in energy innovation, and will connect the people with these ideas to major utilities currently serving more than 70 million customers in 40 countries.
Gas network charges for many Victorian customers will fall by 5 per cent from 1 January 2018 under a proposal by Victoria’s largest energy delivery business, AusNet Services.
Victoria's largest energy delivery business AusNet Services has welcomed the Grattan Institute's report into the state of the National Electricity Market (NEM).
Low-flying helicopter inspections across Gippsland have begun as part of AusNet Services’ intensive maintenance and bushfire mitigation work.
The AusNet Services DRP is an opportunity for eligible shareholders to build on their investment in AusNet Services by reinvesting all or part of their AusNet Services dividend in additional AusNet Services shares.
This page provides customers background to AusNet Services planned and unplanned outages. For almost 100 years, AusNet Services has been moving energy into homes and businesses across Victoria 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Even with the best-managed networks, unforeseen incidents may cause temporary power supply interruptions. We always strive to fix these problems as quickly as possible to lessen the inconvenience to our customers.
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Mark Judd, Manager Community Energy, and Dominic Toffolon, Energy Solutions Engineer represented AusNet Services in San Francisco at the Free Electrons tech hub .
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