Overview

Decision - Delay

Following recent consultation with stakeholders, the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has decided to delay its final 2020-25 network revenue determinations due on 30 April 2020.The AER now intends to release its final decision for Directlink on 5 June 2020.

The short delay is to allow the AER to use short-term forecasts of inflation from the Reserve Bank of Australia released on 8 May 2020. This will allow the AER to include a more accurate reflection of the economic circumstances in our decision for the next regulatory control period.

Submissions

Submissions to the AER regarding the proposed delay of final decisions.

PIAC - Submission to the AER on Proposed Delay - 22 April 2020

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Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)

JGN - Submission on Extension to Final Decision Timetable - 24 April 2020

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Jemena Gas Networks (NSW) Ltd (JGN)

CCP14 - Submission to AER re Decision to Delay - 27 April 2020

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Consumer Challenge Panel (CCP) 14

QEUN - Submission to the AER on Proposed Delay - 29 April 2020

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Queensland Electricity Users Network (QEUN)

EQ - Letter to AER - 2020-21 Pricing Proposal Timeframes - 18 May 2020

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Energy Queensland Limited (EQL)

Submissions - May inflation forecast update

Update - Correspondence

On 3 July 2020, the AER provided a brief report to the Commonwealth, State and Territory Energy Ministers explaining the delay to the revenue determinations and access arrangement final decisions released by the AER on 5 June 2020.