Mike Nahan says households' electricity bills could fall by $500 per year as a result of the reforms.

Reforms to WA's energy market

Consumers should expect to pay less for their electricity in the long term as a result of sweeping changes to Western Australia's energy market that aim to slash the cost of supply, Energy Minister Mike Nahan says.


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I will believe this when I see it. When Western Power was broken up, we were "promised" cheaper power. Not sure how 3 companies can be run cheaper than one.

Does WA have a "back-up" connection to real electricity for when the sun doesn't shine, like SA and Tasmania NEED. I don't imagine so. Good Luck WA !

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