This presentation sets out IPART’s decisions on the maximum prices Hunter Water can charge, and the impacts on customers and other stakeholders.
IPART’s presentation slides for the pre-release briefings with NSW Government agencies and the Central Coast Council on 14 March 2022.
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 presentation summarises our draft decisions on changes in regulated electricity retail prices from 1 July 2011, and recommended actions to improve electricity affordability.
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.
Frontier economics presentation to stakeholders of their report on market-based purchase cost allowance