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Electric Vehicles

What’s the difference between AC and DC electric vehicle chargers?

As part of our retail offerings for large energy users, CS Energy has partnered with industry leaders Jet Charge and EVSE to offer a suite …

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What is CS Energy’s Kogan Renewable Hydrogen Project?

Answer: It is a renewable hydrogen demonstration plant that will be constructed next to CS Energy’s Kogan Creek Power Station near Chinchilla. The hydrogen plant …

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Electric Vehicles

How far can you really go in an electric vehicle?

Answer: This year, CS Energy has installed 7kW and 22kW AC chargers at prime inner-city locations so Queensland Government fleet drivers can ‘top up’ their …

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Who is bearing the cost of this class action?

Answer: CS Energy is a Queensland Government-owned business, so Queenslanders are already bearing the costs of defending against what will be a long and complex …

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Who benefits from litigation-funded class actions?

Answer: The Australian Law Reform Commission reported that the median return to class action members was 51% of the settlement award when corporate backers were …

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Has the class action court process started?

Answer: The first case management hearing, which simply deals with procedural matters and the way the matter will progress, was held recently. This is the …

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How long will the class action take to resolve?

Answer: Despite what the law firm bringing the class action has said publicly to its class action members, this case will not be resolved in …

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What is plant flexibility?

Answer: As demand grows for new, cleaner sources of energy generation, we are focused on diversifying our business and adapting to the changing energy landscape. …

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What is renewable hydrogen energy?

Answer: CS Energy has partnered with IHI Corporation Japan to assess the feasibility of establishing a renewable hydrogen demonstration plant next to CS Energy’s Kogan …

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