The regulations giving effect to the national state of disaster over the electricity crisis have now been gazetted.

Some of the regulations are quite vague, and the action they support could probably have been implemented under existing regulations. But, more importantly, there is some real cause for concern: the powers given by these regulations can be used to steamroller objections to costly contracts for emergency power generation...

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