At Power and Water, our purpose is making a difference to the lives of Territorians and we understand that our services are essential to people's everyday lives.
We want to work with you, our customers and stakeholders, in developing our future plans and services.
This starts with knowing what matters to you - your values, vision and priorities.
We encourage you to have your say about how we plan for our electricity, water and sewer networks.
We want your participation to help us move towards a future that will include and benefit all Territorians.
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Draft Negotiated Embedded Generation Connection Technical Requirements Specification (greater than 30kVA, less than or equal to 2000 kVA)
The Draft Negotiated Embedded Generation Connection Technical Requirements Specification (greater than 30kVA, less than or equal to 2000 kVA) was available for review. It sets out the technical specifications required for negotiated embedded generation unit connections - such as rooftop solar, home batteries and inverters - to connect to the power network.
This is a draft specification to get feedback from our stakeholders including installers and equipment manufacturers and suppliers.
Stakeholders were asked review the document, make comment and ask questions for us to consider and address.
This consultation period closed on 8 November 2023.
Regulated electricity networks - Regulatory Proposal for the 2024-29 period
The Proposal sets out our expenditure forecast for the upcoming 2024-2029 period, including proposed prices for the future period.
This consultation period closed on 12 May 2023.
Basic Micro Embedded Generation Technical Requirements Specification - less than or equal to 30 kVA has been published.
It sets out the technical specifications required for basic embedded generation units, such as rooftop solar, home batteries and inverters, to connect to the power network.
The draft specification was presented for feedback from our stakeholders, including installers and equipment manufacturers and suppliers.
This consultation period closed on 31 March 2023.
Regulated electricity networks - Draft Plan - Questions for our stakeholders to prepare our 2024-29 regulatory proposal
This Draft Plan sets out our proposed plans for our upcoming 2024-29 regulatory period. Its purpose is to capture feedback from our customers and stakeholders on our plans before submitting our initial regulatory proposal to the Australian Electricity Regulator (AER).
Consultations on the Draft plan closed 13 September 2022.