Power Bills to Jump by Almost 30 Percent in One Australian State

Regional Queenslanders are set to feel the most pressure on their power bills as the highest power price increase of almost 30 percent was announced.
The Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) released the final decision on regulated real electricity prices on June 9, with the price increase starting from July 1.
The households in regional Queensland will see an average increase of $429 (US$290) or 28.7 percent added to their annual power bill, taking the average annual household bill from $1,496 (US$1,008) to $1,926 (US$1,298).
Small business owners will also be impacted by the price increase, their annual average bill will increase by $511 (US$344) or 26.8 percent, taking it from $1,907 (US$1,285) to $2,418 (US$1,630)…. Source

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