Overview

Update - Return on debt for 2022–23

In line with our final decision on AusNet Services' electricity distribution network, we have updated AusNet Services' return on debt for 2022–23. As a result of this update, the return on debt for 2022–23 is 4.50 per cent. This results in an X-factor for 2022–23 of 1.54 per cent. Holding other things constant, a positive X-factor implies a real revenue decrease and a negative X-factor implies a real revenue increase. The revised PTRM shows the updated X-factor.

Update - Cost pass through - October 2021 storm

On 22 June 2022, the AER released its decision on a positive cost pass through application received from AusNet Services. The application relates to the October 2021 storm that caused significant damage to parts of the network and interrupted supply to customers.

Update - Return on debt for 2023–24

In line with our final decision on AusNet Services' electricity distribution network, we have updated AusNet Services' return on debt for 2023–24. As a result of this update, the return on debt for 2023–24 is 4.59 per cent. This results in an X-factor for 2023–24 of 0.59 per cent. Holding other things constant, a positive X-factor implies a real revenue decrease and a negative X-factor implies a real revenue increase. The revised PTRM shows the updated X-factor.