Latest AEC News

Fresh claims about generators unsubstantiated
AEMO’s future plan reflects profound energy shift
AEC says lifting of market suspension is right move
AEC supports work on capacity mechanism
Ralph Babet elected to Senate in Victoria
Generator bidding during NEM crisis
Statement on NEM market suspension
Sarah McNamara, ABC RN Breakfast with Patricia Karvelas
Researchers help tackle pandemic slowdown of vote count
AEC says Energy Ministers’ statement is encouraging
Northern Land Council supports PM’s call for an end to voter suppression in NT
AEC Welcomes Appointment of Hon Chris Bowen MP
How leaders in AEC industry can drive digital transformation
Price Pressures Highlight Importance of Shopping Around
No Quality in ACF Air Pollution Claims
Significant Proportion of Voters Uncertain on Senate Preferential Voting
NT Cruise Tourism Strategy 2022-25 released
How do donations fund election campaigns? Where does money come from?
Five Year Plant Closure Rule Change
Plant Emissions at Five-Year Low: NPI Data Shows
Nominations open for CPSU casual vacancies
Rules on election signs
Steggall misstep highlights urgent need for political donation reform
Law firms make big donations to Labor Party
How political parties hide source of their donations
$68 million in political funding hidden from public view
International electricity price comparisons
Political donations: $1.2 billion over 22 years, and ‘associated entities’ dominate
Anthony Pratt gave Liberals $1.3m while upstart political groups gain sizeable donations
Quarter of all donations from just 10 donors
Political party donation profiles – 1998-2020
Who pays piper? Political parties funded by associated entities and millionaires
Australian Energy Council backs economy-wide 55% emissions cut by 2035
AEMO’s Future Plan Welcomed
Tale of Two Harpies
Peak industry body appoints new Chair
Support available for energy customers
Campaign to Highlight Steps to Avoid Estimated Power Bills
Industry and community leaders discuss country’s climate commitments, RN Drive
Business, industry and community leaders discuss COP26, RN Drive ABC Radio
Sarah McNamara discusses COP26 with Patricia Karvelas on RN Drive
Positive measures outlined in EV plan
Proposed Voter ID changes creates barriers for multicultural communities to vote
On Eve of Federal Election, Government Looks to Disenfranchise Voters While Ignoring Long-Overdue Democracy Reforms
Increased investment of Indigenous electoral participation measures
Electricity is doing its part – rest of economy needs plan to cut emissions
Energy Council welcomes important step forward for Australia
Two Northern Territory seats to again be contested at next federal election