Solar feed-in tariffs 2018/19 for NSW call for submissions

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

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.

More to explorer

cargo container apartments

Retail and Network Exemption Application

#clientResource AER Exemption Application Exemption Application Please complete the form to the left to instruct Compliance Quarter to lodge an exemption application

Fact and fake confusion

Alinta Energy Pays Penalties

Energy retailer Alinta Energy has paid numerous penalty notices to the Essential Services Commission (ESC) for alleged breaches of Explicit Informed Consent

I went through Compliance Quarter to get a privacy statement for my website. The process was very easy and the template that I received was customised to my needs.

Eve Barylka, Business Owner

Their communication was responsive and always clear. I would rate their service and quality of work higher if more than 5 stars was possible!

Steven Nelson, Business Manager