Consultations


June 2021-March 2022
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2022 Water and Sewerage Price Investigation


TasWater has provided the Regulator with its proposed Price and Service Plan. The Plan sets out the services and the prices TasWater proposes charging for the four years starting on 1 July 2022. The Plan also sets out TasWater's capital expenditure it plans to deliver for that period.

The Regulator will assess TasWater's proposal against the requirements set out in the Regulator's guideline and in the water and sewerage legislation, regulations and Customer Service Code.

The Regulator will consult with customers and stakeholders during its investigation. To follow the development of the Regulator's draft decisions, you can subscribe to the Regulator's mailing list by emailing office@economicregulator.tas.gov.au.

Customers and stakeholders will have the opportunity to engage with the Regulator during the investigation and after the release of the Regulator's Draft Report in early February 2022.

Submissions close on 11 March 2022.  



October 2021 - March 2022


Electricity - Feed-in tariff rate investigation 2022

Electricity retailers operating in Tasmania are required to pay, as a minimum, regulated feed-in tariffs to customers for electricity exported to the grid by qualifying electricity generating systems.

The Regulator is conducting an investigation to determine a method for calculating the regulated minimum feed-in tariff rate to apply from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2025 (3 years).

The Regulator will release a Draft Report in Late January 2022 for public consultation. You can subscribe to the Regulator's mailing list by emailing office@economicregulator.tas.gov.au.

Submissions close on Friday 15 March 2022​

Information on submissions 

Submissions must be in writing and addressed to the Tasmanian Economic Regulator, GPO Box 770, Hobart, 7001 or emailed to office@economicregulator.tas.gov.au.

It is the Regulator's policy to publish written submissions to matters being consulted on the OTTER website. A respondent may request that the submission, or part of it, be treated as confidential. The material for which a request of confidentiality is made should be clearly identified. 

The Regulator will not publish submissions which contain material that the Regulator believes is or could be derogatory or defamatory. 

The Regulator has a Policy on the Treatment of Confidential Submissions that sets out how the Regulator deals with claims that submissions made in the course of consultation contain material that we should treat as confidential.

Click here for a list of Completed Consultations​




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