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Energy Australia has joined the chorus of big business, unions, welfare and environmental groups calling for an end to Canberra's blame game over renewables.
"I am worried about our customers and what will happen with their bills," Energy Australia's managing director Catherine Tanna told The Business.
"We've seen that customers over the weekend in some places in Australia used 25 per cent more than usual.
"In a couple of months when these bills turn up they are going to get a surprise and I am worried about that because I know that the cost of living is a concern for them."
The solution to high prices, she said, was a national plan to transition to the future of energy into renewables.
Energy Australia, which is one of the country's largest operators of coal-fired power stations, took the unprecedented move of taking out a full-page advertisement in a national broadsheet declaring its support for a non-partisan push for clean energy.