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 are reviewing the prices that Central Coast Council can charge for its water, wastewater and stormwater services.
The council has proposed prices that would substantially increase typical household bills.
IPART has taken action against Australian company Cyanergy over false recycling invoices.
Cyanergy installs solar panels and LED lights in households and businesses across Australia.
We have released final reports aimed at improving the reliability of water supply in regional and rural NSW.
They increase prices to ensure the long term sustainability of water resources and supply in NSW.
IPART is reviewing the services Fire and Rescue NSW may charge for, and will make recommendations on these charges, including prices to apply from 1 September 2022.
IPART is reviewing prices for water and wastewater services provided by Essential Water in Broken Hill.
We’re also looking at prices in the surrounding areas of Menindee, Sunset Strip and Silverton.
Have your say
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Central Coast water prices
Online Public Hearing. All Welcome. Tuesday 26 October 10 am.