IPART helps you get safe and reliable services at a fair price.
Have your say on NSW’s competitive neutrality policy at our online public hearing at 10-1 pm on 13 February.
Competitive neutrality policy prevents government businesses from using the advantages of government ownership to push competing businesses out of the market.
Andrew Nicholls PSM has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of IPART. He commenced at IPART on 30 January 2023.
Andrew is a highly experienced public sector executive leader with substantial expertise in regulation, public policy, legislative and operational reform, organisational strategy and customer service.
We regulate the price and performance of several NSW water businesses. We recently reviewed how we do this and developed a new framework. It focuses on customers, costs and credibility – which we refer to as the ‘3Cs’.
We are now consulting with stakeholders on a draft handbook that explains key elements of the 3Cs framework. Submissions are due by 17 February 2023.
IPART is reviewing the maximum prices that Sydney Desalination Plant Pty Ltd (SDP) can charge Sydney Water for its water supply and security services in the Greater Sydney region from 1 July 2023.
We are seeking feedback from water users and other interested stakeholders in the Greater Sydney region by 31 January 2023.
The Minister for Customer Service has directed IPART to monitor the NSW biodiversity credits market for the next three years.
The biodiversity credits market is used to offset the unavoidable impacts of development or clearing on biodiversity through the trading of like for like credits.
We have released our report on the performance and competitiveness of the NSW retail energy market in the 2021-22 financial year.
The report found that the energy market is undergoing a period of volatility with higher retail energy prices.
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