QLD electricity costs surge up to 18.9 per cent after power grid threat | 9 News Australia

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Queenslanders have been warned their power bills are expected to surge as Energy adviser Josh Stabler says residents could pay an extra $300 per year, with the winter season causing a spike in wholesale power prices.

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