This tool is being developed to help cemetery operators to estimate a full cost recovery price for a basic adult lawn cemetery interment right (either perpetual or renewable). This interim version is for new cemeteries.
In many of our price reviews we conduct a financeability test to assess the implications of our price determinations for the financial sustainability of a utility.
This model calculates the import parity price used in IPART’s draft report. To use this model, the regional setting on your computer must be English (Australia) and ‘Excel Macro’ must be enabled.
This workbook contains the detailed results of the regression analysis of water usage data from the 2015 household survey. The regression analysis was conducted on our behalf by Frontier Economics.
IPART's final decision is to move to a post-tax cost of capital model. This final report sets out how we will move from pre-tax to a post-tax cost of capital approach using an effective rather than a statutory tax rate.
IPART conducted a survey of residential water, electricity and gas consumers in the Sydney metropolitan, Blue Mountains and Illawarra areas. We obtained matching consumption data from the utilities for 2,192 households.
The Consumption Comparator is a simple tool that allows you to compare your household's annual electricity, gas and/or water consumption with other households'.
IPART has released a draft report on price and fee setting for government-funded VET under Smart and Skilled.
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.