Solar feed-in tariffs

By Anne Wardell, Compliance Quarter. 

The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has released an Issues Paper for discussion on the solar feed-in tariffs for 2018/19. IPART is seeking written submissions to be made by 16 April 2018. Information about how to lodge a submission are contained in the Issues Paper.

IPART has provided the following useful infographic in relation to the process:

Solar feed-in tariffs

The Terms of Reference set out the following parameters which must be considered in conducting the investigation:

  • There should be no resulting increase in retail electricity prices; and
  • The benchmark range should operate in such a way to support a competitive¬†electricity market in NSW.

The final report is to be provided by 30 June 2018.

Further information about the investigation can be found on the IPART website at Solar feed-in tariffs 2018/19.

Or contact the Compliance Quarter team by clicking here.

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