Australian Chart of the week | Competition on the rise in residential retail electricity supply

We have previously noted a range of new entrants into the electricity retail spaces for small business and commercial and industrial (C&I) supply. This Chart of the week takes a closer look at how competition is developing at a national and local level.

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