ActewAGL wishes to record our latest discussions with the Independent Pricing andRegulatory Tribunal (IPART) on the form of regulation to apply to ActewAGL, andActewAGL's proposed voluntary transitional pricing arrangement (VTPA) for 2010-13.
I am pleased to advise my approval of the Guidelines submitted by the Tribunal, andrequest that the Guidelines be placed on the Tribunal's website on 1 July 2010.As you may be aware, the Electricity and Gas Supply Legislation Amendment (RetailPric
Sets out the Tribunal’s calculations used to develop the regulated retail price controls (R values) for each year of the determination.
This draft determination sets out our draft decisions on changes in regulated electricity retail prices from 1 July 2012.
This draft report and draft determination set out and explains our draft decisions on changes in regulated electricity retail prices from 1 July 2011
This spreadsheet provides additional information on the key assumptions Frontier Economics used to determine the LRMC based estimate, a market-based estimate of retailers’ energy purchase costs, and the cost of complying with ‘green’ energy scheme
This spreadsheet contains a generic version of our current retail pricing model (R-model) for setting regulating prices.
This spreadsheet containing dummy data sets out the way that we have calculated the R values in the weighted average price cap.
This spreadsheet containing dummy data sets out the way we have calculated the R values used in the weighted average price cap.
This legal instrument sets out our draft decisions on the regulated retail electricity prices in NSW for the period 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2016.
IPART is currently reviewing regulated standard tariffs and charges for small retail gas customers in NSW.