Access to power billing data to be streamlined

Gavin Evans
Tue, 30 Apr 2019

By Gavin Evans May 1 (BusinessDesk) - Access to power consumers’ historic billing data is to be streamlined to speed up the process and lower costs for all parties. The Electricity Authority says industry rule changes in 2016 intended to make it easier for householders and firms to access and share their billing data have not been as effective as hoped. It now plans a series of changes to speed up that process, including setting out the information required when a customer’s agent - such as a budget advisor - seeks data from a retailer...

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