Monthly Archives: June 2013
By Hamish McCallum, Griffith University
Most of us understand the world by using common sense and intuition. To a large extent, this means assuming that most things behave in a roughly linear way: small changes in inputs lead to small changes in outputs, and if increasing an input variable leads to an increase in response,.
By Laura Eadie, University of Technology, Sydney
If I install solar panels and a car battery to run my air conditioner, should I pay higher electricity network fees? The electricity industry and Queensland’s Energy Minister would say yes, but is that equitable?
Scenarios like this expose inconsistencies between the way we pay for electricity poles and.