IPART helps you get safe and reliable services at a fair price.
We are reviewing the NSW early childhood education and care sector to suggest ways to improve affordability, accessibility, and consumer choice.
In April we released an Issues Paper and in August we'll publish our Interim Report. Throughout the review we’ll be engaging with the community and the sector to get feedback and input.
We are seeking feedback before finalising our annual review of WaterNSW’s regulated charges for bulk water services to apply from 1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024.
Our draft decision is to maintain the charges set under the 2021 Determination. This means that increases in charges will be limited to inflation of about 7% from 1 July 2023.
IPART has published our annual guide on solar feed-in tariffs.
We expect household solar exports to be worth 7.7 to 9.4 cents per kWh in 2023-24.
We have released a draft report proposing to limit increases in desalinated water prices in Greater Sydney.
Under our draft decisions, prices for desalinated water would increase by 1.5% in 2023-24, making for an increase of around $2 per year in a typical Sydney Water customer’s bill.
Six additional councils have applied for a special variation to increase their income from rates above the rate peg.
These councils were either given an extension or amended their original application. A total of 17 councils have now applied to IPART for special variations.
Have your say on our draft terms of reference to review the price protections for customers in embedded networks for energy and hot and chilled water supplies.
Embedded networks are private energy networks for services such as electricity, hot water and gas. Network customers have limited access to retail competition to put downward pressure on prices.
IPART has published its solar feed-in tariff guide for customers in 2023-24. Customers can expect to
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