On 5 May 2017, CitiPower and Powercor submitted to the AER a waiver application under clause 5.2 of the Electricity ring-fencing guideline 2016 (Guideline). The application relates to a range of activities, including services that may be reclassified, continued use of existing branding and continued use of their joint operating model. CitiPower and Powercor seek a waiver from certain functional separation provisions of the Guideline to help them transition to full compliance without incurring unreasonable costs.
On 18 October 2017, we published our draft decision. Submissions on our draft decision closed 13 November 2017.
On 18 December 2017, we published our final decision and waiver notices.
|AER Ring-fencing waiver applications final decision - December 2017 ( PDF 873.4 KB )||AER|
|AER ring-fencing waiver notice - CitiPower - 18 December 2017 ( PDF 58.58 KB )||AER|
|AER ring-fencing waiver notice - Powercor - 18 December 2017 ( PDF 55.27 KB )||AER|
|CitiPower and Powercor - Cover Letter - Compliance Strategy and Waivers - May 2017 ( PDF 272.51 KB )||CitiPower, Powercor Australia|
|CitiPower and Powercor - Rebranding implementation timeline – 29 August 2017 ( PDF 597.77 KB )||CitiPower, Powercor Australia|
|CitiPower and Powercor - Response to ring-fencing waiver questions – 7 June 2017 ( PDF 479.03 KB )||CitiPower, Powercor Australia|
|CitiPower and Powercor - Ring-fencing waiver application - 5 May 2017 ( PDF 366.34 KB )||CitiPower, Powercor Australia|
|CitiPower and Powercor- Compliance Strategy - 5 May 2017 ( PDF 461.01 KB )||CitiPower, Powercor Australia|