Inquiry into regulatory arrangements for small-scale and off-grid water, gas and electricity services
- Project Released: 15 Aug 2016
- Project Closes: Jun 2017
- Contact: Stephen Pearce
The Commission has formed the view that an inquiry into the way in which it regulates small-scale utility operations is necessary and desirable at this time to ensure that the regulatory frameworks it applies under industry regulation Acts is consistent with its primary statutory objective, and is proportionate and responsive to recent and emerging issues.
The Commission is to inquire into appropriate regulatory arrangements (including subsidiary regulatory instruments such as industry codes) and price regulation arrangements to apply in relation to small-scale water supplies, sewerage services, non-national market electricity and reticulated Liquid Petroleum Gas supplies (small scale water, sewerage and energy services), for the purposes of carrying out its functions.
Current status is Submissions
The Commission has received 14 public submissions following the release of its Issues Paper in relation to its Inquiry into regulatory arrangements for small-scale and off-grid water, gas and electricity services. All relevant issues raised in the submissions will be considered by the Commission ahead of releasing its draft report.
The Commission publishes submissions as an information source only. It does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness or currency of any information contained in submissions. Any person accessing or relying on a submission published below is responsible for assessing and verifying the information contained within it.
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