The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal today announced new price structure for water, sewerage and stormwater services for the Central Coast. For average customers overall bills will rise but at a lower rate than increases in inflation.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) has completed its 2002 review of metropolitan water businesses.
For this determination, the Tribunal has conducted an extensive public consultative process, reviewed all written submissions and held public hearings.
Final Report for IPART's review of the regulatory framework for setting of rates and charges for Local Government services in NSW.
The rate at which water supplies can be reliably extracted from Sydney’s catchments on a permanent basis without worsening the in-stream environment is known as the sustainable yield. It is difficult to estimate with precision.
The Tribunal has decided that Sydney Water’s overall revenue should increase in line with movements in the consumer price index (CPI) in each year of the determination period.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) has called for AGLGN to offer customers bigger price cuts through a lower rate of return, and a reduction in its proposed capital and operating expenditure on its network over the next
Outlines key issues for Tribunal’s review of prices charged by Sydney Catchment Authority, Sydney Water, Hunter Water, Gosford Council, and Wyong Council.
IPART uses a real rate of return in setting prices to cover a utility's costs. This requires the conversion of a nominal cost of capital to a real cost of capital by adjusting for expected inflation.
Fact Sheet based on Determination and Final Report for the Review of prices for water and sewerage service provided by Council Energy in the Broken Hill area.
The attached document provides details of EnergyAustralia's original public lighting price proposals submitted to IPART. The Tribunal has considered these proposals under the Regulation of Excluded Distribution Services Rule 2004/1.
In making price determinations, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) has usually examined the indicative credit rating of the utility using various cash flow measures.