This analysis examined the experience of Queensland households during COVID-19 and how energy supports are being utilised. This was determined by analysing results of the Queensland energy consumer and COVID-19 survey commissioned by a group of Energy Charter signatories as a #BetterTogether initiative on consumers and COVID-19.
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New data analysis released by QCOSS shows the impact of COVID-19 on Queenslanders and which groups have been hardest hit by the pandemic. The [...]
QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh has called on the government to take advantage of the current economic climate to make the substantial investments in public [...]
Our elected representatives need to act now and make decisions that prioritise equality, opportunity and wellbeing for every person in every community. Submission to [...]
This research report explores how COVID-19 is impacting electricity energy consumers in Queensland. This includes an assessment of changing energy usage and consumer behaviours [...]
A new report from Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) has found that Queensland households are bracing for bill stress, with one survey cited finding one in four concerned about paying [...]
On 17 April 2020, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) received a rule change request from the Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, the [...]
Industry, community services and environmental organisations unite for stimulus project to create jobs and drive down energy bills
A coalition of industry peak bodies, social service organisations and environmental organisations have come together in support of an economic stimulus program that would [...]
Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) CEO Aimee McVeigh congratulates the Queensland Government on announcing a further $50 off Queenslanders’ electricity bills from 1 [...]