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Paying Australia’s coal-fired power stations to stay open longer is bad for consumers and the planet

By Daniel J Cass, Research Affiliate, Sydney Business School; Energy policy & regulatory lead at the Australia Institute, University of Sydney
Joel Gilmore, Associate Professor, Griffith University
Tim Nelson, Associate Professor of Economics, Griffith University
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A proposal to change the way electricity generators and retailers strike contracts for electricity would be bad for both consumers and climate action.

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