The Member for Dubbo, Troy Grant, has announced that residents and small businesses across his area, “from Lue to Trangie and everywhere in between” could receive hundreds of dollars in savings on their energy bills.
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The savings come as part of the NSW Government’s energy package savings scheme, recently announced by Grant to be a step forward to combat rising electricity prices.
Although the rising energy bill prices are “the greatest crisis facing this country”, according to Mid-Western Councillor Percy Thompson, Mr Grant said that this move by the state government is not a “single fix”.
“We understand that families, households and businesses find it hard to make ends meet when living pressures pile up,” Mr Grant said.
“There is not a single fix but this package will help ease some of the pressure on local households, businesses and families.
“The NSW Government is doing everything it can to support families and small businesses to save on their power bills. This is the nation’s most comprehensive package to address rising energy bills.”
There were a number of reforms announced recently, including:
These rebates and reforms are expected to be rolled out in the near future.
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