This Fact Sheet provides information for customers and other stakeholders on our Issues Paper for the Essential Water price review. It outlines the key issues in the review, and provides information on how to provide input to the review.
IPART has released a Determination that increases water management prices for regulated water users. This document details the new water management prices, who is affected by these changes and when the new prices will take effect.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) has set the maximum prices thatthe NSW Office of Water (NOW) and the State Water Corporation (State Water) can charge for themonopoly services they deliver.
This fact sheet summarises the Issues Paper for our review of the maximum prices that Central Coast Council can charge for water, sewerage and related services.
This Draft Reporting Manual for Sydney Water reflects proposed changes arising as a result of our water utility performance indicator review, as well as other minor changes to clarify Sydney Water’s reporting requirements.
This policy explains how we intend to treat asset disposals in our water pricing reviews. It follows stakeholder consultation and feedback received in response to our September 2017 Issues Paper.
This Draft Reporting Manual for Hunter Water reflects proposed changes arising as a result of our water utility performance indicator review, as well as other changes minor changes to clarify Hunter Water’s reporting requirements.
This fact sheet summarises our preliminary views on the Central Coast Council’s proposed prices for water, sewerage and stormwater services from 1 July 2019.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) is responsible for regulating electricity prices for small retail customers in NSW. We are conducting an update of electricity prices from 1 July 2012.
This Fact Sheet is a summary of Central Park Water’s application to vary its Network Operator’s Licence under the Water Competition Act 2006 (NSW).
IPART released a report on the factors that help explain why some households use more energy and water than others, even though they have the same number of people and the same income.
This Fact Sheet is a summary of Cooranbong Water’s application to vary its Network Operator’s Licence under the Water Industry Competition Act 2006 (NSW).
The factsheet summarises our decisions on the review of prices for connecting, or upgrading a connection for metropolitan water agencies (the review of developer charges and backlog sewerage charges).