This Discussion Paper outlines IPART’s proposed approach to setting prices for wholesale water and sewerage services for Sydney Water and Hunter Water.
The Tribunal has decided that Sydney Water’s overall revenue should increase in line with movements in the consumer price index (CPI) in each year of the determination period.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) has completed its 2002 review of metropolitan water businesses.
For this determination, the Tribunal has conducted an extensive public consultative process, reviewed all written submissions and held public hearings.
The Government has requested that the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal investigate and report on a maximum price for wholesale ethanol in accordance with this Draft Terms of Reference
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The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) has completed its 2003 review of public transport fares.
The Premier has asked the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal to undertake an inquiry into what role Demand Management should play in providing the State’s energy services.
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