On 1 July 2020, DPIE – Water and NRAR submitted to IPART their pricing proposal on behalf of WAMC for prices to apply for their respective water management services from 1 July 2021.
Water NSW outlines its WACC, inflation and financeability implication of its pricing proposal.
This is Water NSW’s update to its WAMC and rural bulk water pricing proposals on costs and prices of non-urban metering reforms.
This is a summary of the two pricing proposals submitted by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment – Water (DPIE – Water) and Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR), and a separate proposal from Water NSW.
Determination on the maximum prices that Hunter Water can charge for providing water, sewerage, stormwater drainage, trade waste and other ancillary and miscellaneous services from1 July 2013 to 30 June 2017, released 11 June 2013.
On 10 March 2020, IPART received an update from Water NSW to its pricing proposal. The update was in relation to using disaggregated asset lives for capital expenditure.
On 10 March 2020, IPART received an update from Water NSW to its pricing proposal. The update was in relation to the method it uses to allocate corporate capital expenditure across its business segments.
Water NSW outlines the WAMC’s performance against WAMC Output Measures for 2017-18.
Water NSW outlines WAMC’s performance against WAMC Output Measures for 2018-19.
DPIE and NRAR provide further details on the expenditure relating to two inter-jurisdictional water management organisations, Murray-Darling Basin Authority and Dumaresq-Barwon Borders River Commission.