One of the major issues for the next Sydney Water price determination is whetherthere is a continuing water scarcity issue and if so, whether this is best addressed byrestrictions or whether a scarcity pricing mechanism may deliver the same result
This presentation sets out IPART’s decisions on the maximum prices Hunter Water can charge, and the impacts on customers and other stakeholders.
IPART’s presentation slides for the pre-release briefings with NSW Government agencies and the Central Coast Council on 14 March 2022.
This presentation summarises our draft decisions on changes in regulated electricity retail prices from 1 July 2011, and recommended actions to improve electricity affordability.
This working paper presents the results of a statistical analysis to estimate the key determinants of residential water demand from data collected as part of the 2003 household survey.
Frontier economics presentation to stakeholders of their report on market-based purchase cost allowance
This paper shows how the incentive to delay cost savings in a standard CPI-X pricing regime can be overcome by a carryover mechanism or by sharing the gains from such savings at the end of each year within a determination period.