The Energy Truth uncovers the real story of the energy crisis – why Australians are paying nosebleed prices for electricity and gas, prices which are forcing thousands of disconnections from the grid and threatening to send Australia’s manufacturing industry overseas.Read More
by Sandi Keane | Nov 28, 2017
While the Turnbull government trumpets the success of its “energy guarantee”, business makes what...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Nov 23, 2017
Energy analyst and consumer advocate, Hugh Grant, provides an analysis of the Queensland political...Read More
by Michael West | Nov 15, 2017
Queenslanders are heading to the polls. Soaring energy prices are a big election issue. The...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Nov 2, 2017
The preliminary report on energy prices released last week by the Australian Competition and...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Oct 19, 2017
Push-button coal-fired power! Really? At least that’s what our prime minister would have us...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Oct 13, 2017
A Vote Compass survey taken during the 2016 federal election reported two-thirds of Australians...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Oct 10, 2017
Gas companies weigh a heavy influence over Australia’s political leadership. As the horror...Read More
by Michael West | Oct 7, 2017
The sale of Manhattan Island to the Dutch is fabled as the worse deal of all time; worse even than...Read More
by Sandi Keane | Oct 4, 2017
Hapless taxpayers face the prospect of subsidising foreign billionaire, Gautam Adani, to the tune...Read More
New Michael West Podcast
Created by PodcastOne, this 3 part series looks into how Australia has gone from one of the cheapest countries in the world for energy to one of the most expensive, and reveals just what has happened with our gas and electricity supply and why we are on the verge of an energy crisis.
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