AEMC review of the electricity transmission revenue and pricing rules

In 2005, on its establishment, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) initiated the first major review of electricity transmission revenue requirements and prices since the National Electricity Market started in 1998. This review addressed the need for certainty by codifying regulatory guidelines and current practice in the Rules. It addressed the need for balance by giving transmission businesses adequate incentive to invest while ensuring users pay efficient prices for reliable services.

Scoping paper

On 19 August 2005 the AER provided the following submission to the AEMC, Review of the electricity transmission revenue and pricing rules, initial consultation: scoping paper.

AER letter to AEMC scoping paper - 22 August 2005 ( PDF 15.43 KB )

Issues paper - Revenue requirements

AER submission to AEMC scoping paper - 19 August 2005 ( PDF 70.46 KB )

More information

More information on AEMC's Review of Electricity Transmission Revenue and Pricing Rules can be found on the AEMC website.