The SA/NSW Interconnector development has reached a major planning milestone, with public consultation on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) opening today
South Australians households are now just one step away from another significant fall in electricity prices with the SA-NSW Interconnector entering the final st
It is my pleasure to rise on a very positive topic today. Last Friday evening, I had the pleasure of being at Copley for the local community's celebration around the refurbishment and renovation of Copley Town Hall. For people who may not have been to Copley, it is about 270 ks north of Adelaide, about six ks north of Leigh Creek and is a very important town in the Northern Flinders.
Hundreds more drought-affected South Australian farmers will get support to install on-farm water infrastructure such as dams, pumps and pipes with the expansion of a popular rebate scheme.
SA Labor is all at sea on the SA-NSW Interconnector, as their leader, environment spokesperson, shadow treasurer and energy spokesperson all put out different p
The South Australian Government and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to study the feasibility of exporting green
South Australia remains among the world’s top performing mining jurisdictions in the Fraser Institute’s influential global survey on mining investment attractiv
Proving that the Marshall Liberal Government’s energy policies are driving down the cost of electricity for South Australians, the Australia Energy Regulator (A
The Marshall Liberal Government is delivering on its promise of more affordable electricity for South Australian households, with analysis of the latest retail price offers from the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA) showing a further $111 drop from the middle of last year.
South Australians seeking much-needed energy bill reprieve stand to benefit from a new deal negotiated by the Marshall Liberal Government – and save an average of $384 per year off their bills.
I acknowledge the comments and the contribution from the shadow minister. This is a pretty straightforward bill. It is an amalgamation of a lot of small pieces, each one being fairly separate, so it is not trying to be anything more complicated than exactly what is on the paper in front of us.
Over recent years, it has become evident the energy sector is constantly evolving. It is essential the regulatory framework that supports Australia's energy market can adapt and respond to technological advancements to operate in the long-term interests of consumers.