New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission is seeking public views on how it should prioritise its regulatory work program in a move aimed at helping the energy and airport sectors address upcoming issues including the country’s transition to a low-carbon economy and managing any continuing impact of COVID-19.
The current period of structural upheaval in Australia’s energy sector provides an opportunity for more affordable energy- and savings for consumers - and must not be wasted, according to Australia’s competition watchdog chief Rod Sims.
The oversight body for energy reform in Australia, the Energy Security Board, has released a consultation paper outlining ways to close energy sector data gaps through improved access, protection, sharing, integration and the use of data.
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