Regulatory reporting

REES electricity

The Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES) is a South Australian Government energy efficiency scheme that provides incentives for South Australian households and businesses to save energy. It does this through establishing energy efficiency and audit targets to be met by electricity and gas retailers.

Under the Electricity (General) Regulations 2012 and Gas Regulations 2012, the Essential Services Commission (Commission) has functions and powers as are necessary and expedient to give effect to the REES. 

Further information on the REES regulatory framework can be accessed below.

Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme Regulatory Framework – Information Sheet

As the administrator of the REES, the Commission reports to the Minister annually in relation to the operation of REES, and from time to time in relation to any other matter with respect to REES.  The Minister has approved a REES Ministerial Protocol that sets out reporting requirements for the Commission in its role as scheme administrator.

Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme – Regulatory Performance Report 2018

A detailed REES Time Series Data (xls) is provided in a Excel based spreadsheet, covering performance data, which is designed to assist researchers and other persons with an interest in examining specific results and trends.

REES Time Series Data 

Previous REES annual reports