IPART is responsible for monitoring and reporting compliance with Sydney Water's Operating Licence and has produced a Reporting Manual for Sydney Water that: Consolidates all licence obligations from the operating licence and details all reporting
This Draft Reporting Manual outlines all of Sydney Water's proposed reporting requirements under its operating licence.
The Tribunal engaged Frontier Economics to provide supplementary advice on changes to the NEM wholesale electricity prices that occurred after the Tribunal released its draft determination in April 2007 and this report sets out Frontier Economics’
Provides the Tribunal with an opinion of Sydney Water's compliance with conditions of its operating licence for the period 1 July 2005 to 30 June 2006.
The report by consultants, GHD Ltd, on Hunter Water Corporation's compliance with its Operating Licence for the year to 30 June 2006.The report sets out compliance against Operating Licence requirements relating to Water Quality, System Performanc
On 11 April 2007, Country Energy submitted an application to the Tribunal under clause 2.3 of the Regulation of Excluded Distribution Services Rule 2004/01 (“Rule”) to increase its charges for the construction, maintenance and asset management com
IPART is proposing to revise the Network Operator's Reporting Manual prepared under the Water Industry Competition Act 2006. Changes in reporting requirements since the last revision have been captured in the draft manual.
The CIE has been commissioned by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) to assess the efficiency of public transport services for which it will determine maximum fares.
SUPERSEDED - WICA licensees must ensure compliance with all licence conditions and other applicable obligation under the Water Industry Competition Act 2006.
Country Energy provided a revised load forecast to the Tribunal, but it was not received in sufficient time to include in the Tribunal’s draft determination.
This study has been prepared to assist the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) assess the efficient costs of local councils providing development control services, particularly the processing of Development Applications (DAs