This report is the second report presented by the Water Industry Forum to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (the Tribunal or IPART).
This report is the third report presented by the Water Industry Forum to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART). It covers the period from November 1997 to November 1999.
The body now known as the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (the Tribunal) was established by the NSW Government in 1992.
The attached document provides details of EnergyAustralia's original public lighting price proposals submitted to IPART. The Tribunal has considered these proposals under the Regulation of Excluded Distribution Services Rule 2004/1.
This document sets out preliminary views of Sydney Water’s access undertaking for its water network services. The undertaking is high quality. However we have some concerns. Appendix B lists recommended amendments. Submissions are welcomed.
The optimisation report sets out our report of IPART’s model for the water continuity standard for Sydney Water. The optimisation model was prepared by IPART.
This interim report sets out IPART’s interim findings and recommendations on interment costs and pricing.
Report regarding Water Industry Overview in 2000 published in June 2001, covers all metropolitan water agencies and their services.
The proposed Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Regulation 2007 (Regulation) concerns the remaking of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Regulation 2002, without substantial alteration.The proposed Regulation seeks to clarify
In its determination 99/193, Pricing for the retail supply of electricity to franchise customers, December 1999, the Tribunal decided that:• Type 1 vesting contracts are to be passed through at actual vesting price.• Type 2 vesting contracts and a
Provides comparative data on NSW distribution network service providers’ prices and service levels for the period 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2001.
This report provides information on the performance of the six electricity distribution businesses that operated in NSW (the Distribution Network Service Providers or DNSPs) prior to 1 July 2001.
Country Energy applied for a price increase for the construction, maintenance and asset management components of its public lighting business under clause 2.3 of the Regulation of Excluded Distribution Services Rule 2004/01.
The Minister for Energy has requested that the Tribunal conduct a review of the system performance standards in Sydney Water’s Operating Licence by 11 April 2001.