On 22 November 2021 the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) accepted an application from Atrio Apartments CTS 46116 (Atrio Apartments) to cancel the individual exemption it was granted on 7 July 2017 for the sale of electricity at Atrio Apartments. Atrio Apartments CTS 46116 requested the cancellation of the exemption on the grounds that energy is now being supplied at 29 Robertson Street, Fortitude Valley QLD by an authorised retailer.
Invitation for submission
Following the process set out in section 9.1 of the AER Exempt Selling Guideline, we are now seeking submissions from interested stakeholders on Atrio Apartments' application to cancel the exemption by Monday 24 January 2022.
Submissions should be emailed to Mila Sudarsono - Assistant Director, Compliance and Enforcement Branch at AERExemptions@aer.gov.au with: ‘Atrio Apartments - cancellation of individual exemption' reflected in the email subject title.
Alternatively, written submissions can also be sent to:
Ms Mila Sudarsono
Director (A/g), Compliance and Enforcement Branch
Australian Energy Regulator
GPO Box 520
MELBOURNE VIC 3001
We will take into account submissions in deciding whether or not to cancel Atrio Apartment's exemption.
The AER prefers that all submissions be sent in an electronic format in Microsoft Word or other text readable document form and publicly available, to facilitate an informed, transparent and robust consultation process. Accordingly, submissions will be treated as public documents and posted on the AER's website, unless prior arrangements are made with the AER to treat the submission, or portions of it, as confidential. Those wishing to submit confidential information are requested to:
- clearly identify the information that is the subject of the confidentiality claim; and
- provide a non-confidential version of the submission.