IPART helps you get safe and reliable services at a fair price.
IPART has been appointed as the administrator and regulator of the Peak Demand Reduction Scheme.
The scheme will create incentives for households and businesses to cut energy usage at peak times during summer.
We’ve just published a report detailing the compliance of electricity network operators with their licences.
The good news for safety and reliability is operators were generally compliant with their obligations.
Next financial year local council rates in NSW will take into account increases in population growth.
We’ve set a rate peg for each council, ranging from 0.7% to 5%. A full list of the rate peg for each council is available at the ‘Learn more’ link below.
We have consulted with the community on the prices that Central Coast Council can charge for its water, wastewater and stormwater services.
We have published submissions and survey results received in response to our Issues Paper and the council’s pricing proposal.
We have taken action against Australian company Versace over improperly created Energy Savings Certificates.
Versace installs LED lights in households and businesses in New South Wales.
We have released a draft report on Fire and Rescue NSW’s fees and charges.
We are seeking feedback on the proposed charges, which include charges for attending false alarms from automatic fire alarm systems, attending hazardous material incidents, assessing fire safety in the built environment and managing automatic fire alarm systems.
Have your say
Your feedback is important to our consultation process. Make a submission or attend a public hearing to have your say.
Fire & Rescue NSW
31 January public hearing on fees and charges.