PricewaterhouseCoopers and Halcrow Pacific Pty Ltd. were engaged by IPART to undertake a review of the efficiency of the NSW Office of Water's actual and forecast water resource management costs for 2006 -07 to 2014 -15.
This Draft Reporting Manual outlines all of Sydney Water's proposed reporting requirements under its operating licence.
IPART has reviewed regulated standard tariffs and charges for small retail gas customers in NSW. The existing voluntary transitional pricing arrangements (VTPAs) agreed between IPART and the standard gas retail suppliers expire on 30 June 2010.
IPART engaged consultants, Atkins, to review Water NSW’s proposed expenditure on rural bulk water services over the next 4 years. This report presents its supplementary analysis and recommendations.
IPART engaged consultants, Cardno, to review WAMC’s proposed expenditure on water resource management over the next 4 years. This report presents its analysis and recommendations.
Following the completion of the Final Report Review of NSW Office of Water’s water management expenditure an error was identified in the recommended adjustments to NSW Office of Water’s (NOW’s) operating expenditure, specifically relating to corpo
IPART engaged consultants, Atkins, to review Water NSW’s proposed expenditure on rural bulk water services over the next 4 years. This report presents its analysis and recommendations.
IPART engaged consultants, Atkins, to review proposed expenditure of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) and Barwon-Dumaresq Border Rivers Commission (BRC) that applies to WAMC and Water NSW rural customers.
IPART is currently undertaking a review in order to determine maximum charges for water and sewerage services provided by Country Energy in the Broken Hill area.
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.
IPART engaged consultants, Frontier, to review strategies to manage Water NSW’s revenue risk. This report presents its analysis and recommendations.
IPART engaged consultants, Frontier Economics, to estimate the efficient costs for Water NSW to manage revenue volatility caused by uncertain water sales through self-insurance.
This database is Part B of the new format to provide the performance indicator data we collect on the public water utilities that we regulate.