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    • “Recently on my train commute back from work I read an email (on my mobile) about the potential to save on my electricity spend. By the time I was home I had switched my electricity provider using my mobile phone and nothing else. No annoying phone calls, only a few clicks and an online chat. If it were not possible to do it in that moment and do it online, I would probably have forgotten about the email.” Mathews George, Energy Action CIO, discusses the rise of the mobile phone and its influence on the energy industry across the globe.

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    • The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has published a consultation paper on smoothing the impact of potential price shocks to customers following completion of court proceedings currently underway between the NSW/ACT networks and the Australian Energy Regulator (AER).

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    • The systems that control the temperature, comfort and air quality in buildings are complex, consisting of thousands of points of data interacting with hundreds of different control algorithms, operating a large numbers of components such as valves, dampers, fans, pumps, boilers and chillers. When any one of these inevitably goes wrong, three things can happen: not much at all (because it’s not immediately important); energy use goes up; or someone gets uncomfortable. So normally the building operator will only find out that something has gone wrong when their energy bill goes haywire or they get a complaint.

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    • Your electricity bill can have 18 lines or more, which highlights the complexity of the electricity sector and, while your energy consumption has a direct impact on the total amount, you have come to accept that some of the costs detailed in your bill are fixed – like network charges – and you can’t do anything about it. Are you right? Not exactly. Once a year, your business gets the chance to lock in substantial savings if they are eligible to switch to a better network tariff.

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