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AER commences consultation on 2023–24 default market offer determination

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Electricity

Default market offer prices 2022–23

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Electricity
Historical
The DMO is a maximum price that retailers can charge electricity customers on default contracts known as standing offer contracts.

AER commences consultation on 2022-23 Default Market Offer determination

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Electricity

Default market offer prices 2021–22

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Electricity
Historical
The DMO is a maximum price that retailers can charge electricity customers on default contracts known as standing offer contracts.

AER commences consultation on 2021-22 Default Market Offer determination

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Electricity

Default market offer prices 2020–21

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Electricity
Historical
The default market offer (DMO) came into effect on 1 July 2019. The DMO is a new rule that limits the price that retailers can charge electricity customers on default contracts, known as standing offer contracts. The AER’s role is to determine the maximum price that a retailer can charge a standing offer customer each year.

AER invites submissions on the implications of COVID-19 for the DMO price determination for 2020-21

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Electricity

AER commences consultation on approaches for its 2020-21 Default Market Offer determination

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Electricity

Retail electricity prices review - Determination of default market offer prices

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Electricity
Historical

Default Market Offers draft legislative instrument

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Electricity

Establishment of Default Market Offer prices – public forum and call for feedback

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Electricity

Determination of a default market offer price

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Electricity

Retail electricity prices - Determination of a default market offer price

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Electricity