This is where you'll find information about our reporting, governance and regulatory requirements.
2020-25 Revenue determination process
Every five years we prepare a Regulatory Proposal outlining our plans and forecasting expenditure for the distribution network for the next five-year period. The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) makes a revenue determination based on our proposal. The AER determination approves the levels of capital investment, operating cost and overall funding required to complete our program of work.
We are currently consulting with customers and stakeholders on plans for our 2020-2025 Regulatory Proposal, due to the AER in January 2019. Our Talking Power website has more information about this process.
Information on the current 2015-2020 revenue determination can be found on the AER website.
We regularly provide detailed information to the AER for monitoring purposes, and costs must be allocated in accordance with our approved Cost Allocation Method 1350KB PDF.
The National Electricity Rules also requires Distribution Service Providers to develop, publish and maintain, a Distribution Loss Factor Methodology 296KB PDF.
In late 2016, the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) released a new ring-fencing guideline to promote competition in the provision of electricity services. It introduced:
- new legal and accounting separation obligations
- new functional separation obligations.
We have made changes to comply with this new guideline with the lowest cost to our customers and minimum impact to the business.
Registers available for download
Sharing of information
We have developed an information protocol for the sharing of confidential electricity information.
Interested in more information? Review our Ring-Fencing Information Sharing Protocol 595KB PDF, or request to be added to the information register (for legal entities).