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Amid the climate contention, an energy debate in smelt-down

Recent developments in energy intensive manufacturing illustrate that there’s an awful lot more to worry about when it comes to manufacturing competitiveness than obliterating the carbon tax.

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No denying coal’s developed world decline

There’s no hiding from coal’s long-term decline in Europe and the United States, irrespective of cherry-picked data floating around cyberspace about a coal revival. Don’t believe what you read.

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How heavy industry actually profits from the RET

The government’s sweetener offsets to ease the pain the renewable energy target for energy-intensive industries may actually overshoot the predicted rise in electricity costs.

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Electricity retailers: do we really need them?

Electricity retailers are not really retailers at all — they don’t deliver any product, apart from a bill. Now they’re accused of standing in the way of the energy revolution. Why do we need them?

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Kohler: we need to talk about energy, not rates

Forget interest rates, what we should be talking about is energy policy. There is an actual crisis up ahead caused by politics, which must be resolved by politics.

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Calling TRUenergy’s CPRS bluff

There is a peculiar distinction between what large polluters like TRUEnergy say in their quest for additional compensation, and what they tell key financial stakeholders like customers and shareholders.

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