Distribution Annual Planning Report

Find out how we are planning the electricity network of the future in our Distribution Annual Planning Report (DAPR) (PDF 4.5 mb).

What this report covers

The DAPR covers a five year period from 2021-22 to 2025-26 and outlines our strategies and plans for regional Queensland.

In particular the DAPR and supporting information below include:

  • Planning for subtransmission and distribution network growth
  • Asset repair and replacement planning
  • Planning for future demand on the network
  • Capacity and load forecasts by region
  • Current and future limitations on our subtransmission and distribution networks
  • Possible solutions for network limitations.

Please click on the image to open the DAPR report.

How information is presented

The full report can be downloaded as a PDF document (links above). Our load forecasts, capacity data and detailed information on existing network limitations and proposed solutions are available to download as MS Excel (xlsx.) files. Other file formats available on request, just email us your requirements.

Our customer friendly Summary Distribution Annual Planning Report 2021 (PDF 4.6 mb) outlines the content in our full DAPR report (above) with links to specific chapters.

Disclaimer

Our DAPR is prepared and made available solely for information purposes and should not be taken as a recommendation in respect of any possible investment. This report was up-to-date when it was published, but details will change over time due to legislative, policy and other developments.

If you have any questions, comments or feedback about how we could improve our DAPR, please let us know by email.

Network limitations map

This interactive map shows where our network is forecast to become constrained. To view the map, click on the link below and its also linked within the DAPR document.

Network forecasts

The following forecasts are linked within the DAPR document and within the interactive limitations map. They are provided here for quick reference and download.

Annual Reports
Documents Published
Distribution Feeder Limitations and Committed Solutions (MS Excel Document, 57.3 KB)

2021 Distribution Feeder Limitations and Committed Solutions for the Distribution Annual Planning Report.

24 Dec 2021
Substation Forecasts (MS Excel Document, 2.1 MB)

2021 substation forecast for the Distribution Annual Planning Report.

24 Dec 2021
Subtransmission Feeder Forecast 10PoE (MS Excel Document, 355.7 KB)

2021 subtransmission feeder forecasts 10PoE for the Distribution Annual Planning Report.

24 Dec 2021
Subtransmission Feeder Forecast 50PoE (MS Excel Document, 353.9 KB)

2021 subtransmission feeder forecasts 50PoE for the Distribution Annual Planning Report.

24 Dec 2021
Transmission Connection Point Forecasts (MS Excel Document, 112.7 KB)

2021 transmission connection point forecasts for the Distribution Annual Planning Report.

24 Dec 2021
Transmission and Subtransmission Feeder Limitations and Committed Solutions (MS Excel Document, 27.4 KB)

Part of a suite of documents for the Distribution Annual Planning Report for 2021.

24 Dec 2021

Network limitations and proposed solutions

Limitations and proposed solutions in the Distribution System Limitation Template (DAPR Template).

Substation committed projects

Annual Reports
Documents Published
Substation Limitations and Committed Solutions (MS Excel Document, 30.5 KB) 24 Dec 2021

Worst performing distribution feeders

Annual Reports
Documents Published
Worst Performing Distribution Feeders (MS Excel Document, 32.5 KB) 24 Dec 2021

Previous reports

View our past Distribution Annual Planning Reports.

If you have an enquiry about any of our Distribution Annual Planning Reports, please email us.

Further information

Annual fault studies

The 2021 Annual Fault Study Summary Report (XLSX 479.8 kb) provides the subtransient fault levels and the corresponding sequence components for our substations.

Demand Management Incentive Map

In some areas of network constraint, financial incentives are available to eligible customers to reduce electricity usage at peak demand times. Demand management incentive programs help to reduce peak demand, deferring costly network infrastructure upgrades to help minimise electricity price increases for everyone.

You can see where we have cashback incentives available now and within the next two years by searching by our Demand Management Incentive Map.