Smart meters are being rolled out globally. Sangeetha Chandrashekeran, Lee Godden and Svenja Keele from University of Melbourne and Anne Kallies of RMIT University write on The Conversation website about increasing concerns about the need for a stronger regulatory framework to protect consumers. They argue that they should follow the data protection system in Europe. … Continue reading With roll out of smart meters in Australia, call for a framework of regulations that upholds data privacy, respects anonymity, and builds trust
While there is a greater appreciation for sustainable products, too often consumers opt for cheaper products. People often say they will pay a premium for sustainable products. But there’s a difference between what people say in a survey and what they actually do in a store. Are Asian consumers ready to pay more for green … Continue reading Discussing the market for sustainable products in Asia
The Market Design part of the “Clean Energy For All” package will be adopted in the first part of 2018. The European Commission affirms the intention of the “Clean Energy For All” package is to put the consumer at the centre. But is the package truly going to deliver and make profound changes in consumer … Continue reading Blog from Marine Cornelis – Are consumers fit for the new electricity market?