This presentation sets out IPART’s decisions on the maximum prices Hunter Water can charge, and the impacts on customers and other stakeholders.
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.
S9-4Over the next two years the New South Wales Government plans to fully open to competition the retail market for electricity supply.
The recommended reporting manual outlines Sydney Water’s reporting requirements under the recommended licence.
The operating licence outlines the terms and conditions that we recommended to the Minister for Regional Water to authorise and regulate how WaterNSW undertakes certain of its functions under the Water NSW Act 2014.
The recommended licence outlines the terms and conditions that we recommended to the Minister to be included in the revised Sydney Water licence.
The recommended operating licence outlines the licence clauses that we recommended to the Minister to authorise and require Hunter Water to carry out certain of its functions.
The Tribunal approves Integral energy's application dated 30 June 2006 to Increase prices for the construction and maintenance of its public lighting business by 2.7 per cent effective form 1 October 2006.
State Water Operating Licence 2013-2018, final report to the Minister including recommended operating licence and cost benefit report.
This presentation summarises our draft decisions on changes in regulated electricity retail prices from 1 July 2011, and recommended actions to improve electricity affordability.
Frontier economics presentation to stakeholders of their report on market-based purchase cost allowance
On 11 April 2007, Country Energy submitted an application to the Tribunal under clause 2.3 of the Regulation of Excluded Distribution Services Rule 2004/01 (“Rule”) to increase its charges for the construction, maintenance and asset management com