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Australian-based energy retailer Elysian Energy has been placed into voluntary administration, becoming the seventh boutique provider this year to succumb to the global energy crisis.
The move comes less than two months after the solar-based company told their customers to expect prices to increase by more than 100 per cent.
The ABC has contacted Elysian Energy for comment.
An email from Elysian to customers said existing customers would be appointed to a new retailer under the Retailer of Last Resort scheme by the Australian Energy Regulator and Essential Services Commission Victoria.
A class action has been launched against the Victorian government over the use by police of capsicum spray against anti-mining protesters in Melbourne three years ago.
The legal action relates to demonstrations outside the International Mining and Resources Conference at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre in October 2019.
Police arrested numerous people over several days of protests, and used capsicum spray to break up climate activists who’d gathered outside the venue.
The class action claims the use of capsicum spray was unlawful and excessive, and that protesters were not causing an immediate threat to police officers or the public.
When Efterpi Soropos’s mother was dying from breast cancer in the 1990s, the artist was struck by the intense light and chaotic sounds of her hospital room.
That experience and a desire to change end-of-life experiences would change the course of her work.
Ms Soropos has since spent more than a decade researching the effect of hospital environments on patients and created experimental immersive installations, known as Human Rooms, in a bid to change the atmosphere in hospitals.