The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) regulates the charges that the Department of Land and Water Conservation (DLWC) levies for services relating to the delivery of bulk water to farmers, irrigators, in
Explains draft determination on maximum prices the Department of Land and Water Conservation can charge for services related to delivery of bulk water to farmers, irrigators, industrial users and town water suppliers.
On 1 November 2000, the NSW Government proclaimed the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal and Other Legislation Amendment Act, which transferred responsibility for regulating theOperating Licence from the Licence Regulator to the Independe
At the end of 1999, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (the Tribunal) recommended to the government the terms and conditions of a new Operating Licence for Sydney Water Corporation (Sydney Water).
Report regarding Water Industry Overview in 2000 published in June 2001, covers all metropolitan water agencies and their services.
Explains the process and key issues for Tribunal’s review of Hunter Water’s operating licence, plus background information about Hunter Water’s functions and regulatory framework, and the role of its operating licence.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (the Tribunal) of New South Wales (NSW) appointed Halcrow Management Science (HMS) in September 2001 to carry out a review of the system performance and customer service standards in Hunter Water Cor
Gives background to regulation of Voluntary Pricing Principles in the lead-up to full competition. Announces draft gas pricing decision for the areas of Bombala, Cooma, Culcairn, Holbrook, Henty, Temora and Wagga Wagga.
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.
The introduction of A New Tax System (ANTS) could have led to double counting of the effects of ANTS in increasing regulated prices. IPART avoided this double counting by adopting the following two-step process.
Explains final decision on the regulatory arrangements for gas prices AGL Retail Energy (AGLRE) can charge small customers in the NSW during the transition to full contestability, including the use of voluntary pricing principles to set prices, an
Explains decision to establish default tariffs for small customers and regulate miscellaneous charges through Voluntary Pricing Principles during the early stages of competition in Country Energy’s gas retail market.
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.