Updated March 25, 2018 07:59:49 The cost of generating electricity in the Australian Capital Territory is calculated based on the average cost of natural gas in the region.
Key points: The cost is calculated using a national average for gas, electricity and coal Australia’s electricity prices are set by the Australian Energy Market Operator, which uses the national average of gas, Electricity Market Operator and Coal Australia.
Energy is used to calculate the cost.
It can be higher or lower than what the average national price would be.
The Australian Energy Regulator says it uses a national cost index to calculate electricity costs in Australia.
What the study says Australia’s average price for natural gas and electricity has been rising in recent years, which is why the average price is used as a benchmark.
However, it is difficult to estimate how much of that increase is due to natural gas or electricity prices.
The study, by energy consultant Eureka Consulting, used the National Electricity Market (NEM) average gas price for 2016-17 and 2016-18 to calculate costs for electricity and CO2.
It found the average gas cost was $1.35 per kilowatt hour (kWh) for the first three months of 2017, $1