This revenue allowance is used to determine the network tariffs for our Standard Control Services each year, which are approved by the AER in our annual Pricing Proposal (see below).
The AER also approves prices for our Alternative Control Services (ACS) which are charged separately and do not form part of the network tariffs.
Approved pricing documents
Tariff structure statement
Our 2020-25 Tariff Structure Statement (TSS) was approved by the AER in June 2020. Our annual Pricing Proposal for 2020-25 will be consistent with the details outlined in our TSS. The specific rates for each tariff will be published in the relevant Pricing Proposal.
|2020-25 Tariff Structure Statement (Erratum August 2020) (PDF File, 1.7 MB)||26 Feb 2021|
|2020-25 TSS Explanatory Notes – December 2019 (PDF File, 1.5 MB)||10 Jun 2020|
|2020-25 Indicative Pricing Schedule - December 2019 (MS Excel Document, 558.5 KB)||11 Jun 2020|
2020-21 Pricing proposal
Clause 6.18.2(a) of the National Electricity Rules requires us to submit an annual Pricing Proposal to the AER.
Our 2020-21 Initial Pricing Proposal (below) and the rates in the 2020-21 Network Tariff Tables were approved by the AER on 30 June 2020. It sets out the tariff classes, tariffs and charging parameters in line with our approved 2020-25 Tariff Structure Statement.
The documents provided to the AER as part of the 2020-21 Pricing Proposal process are available below as well as on the AER’s website.
|2020-21 Initial Pricing Proposal (PDF File, 1.1 MB)||2 Jul 2020|
|2020-21 Network Tariff Tables Updated for Sch8 prices (MS Excel Document, 510.8 KB)||7 Aug 2020|
|2020-25 Indicative Pricing Schedule (MS Excel Document, 568.4 KB)||2 Jul 2020|
|2020-21 Comparison Between Indicative TSS Rates and Proposed Rates (PDF File, 143.2 KB)||2 Jul 2020|
Maximum price cap for Alternative Control Services (ACS)
A number of ACS are subject to the maximum price cap set by the Queensland Government through Schedule 8 of the Queensland Electricity Regulation 2006. These maximum prices take precedence over the prices approved by the AER.
This means the prices for certain services charged to customers will actually be lower than the prices contained in the 2020-21 Network Tariff Tables on the AER's website. We have now updated our charges to reflect the final Schedule 8 maximum price caps in the 2020-21 Network Tariff Tables above.
Supporting pricing documents
We publish and maintain a range of supporting pricing documents to assist interested parties understand the application of network tariffs and ACS. The following documents have been published for the 2020 year.
Network tariff guide
Our Network Tariff Guide (PDF 973.2 kb) provides further information to assist stakeholders in the application and interpretation of our network tariffs applicable to each tariff class for the 2020-25 regulatory control period.
Measuring Electricity Demand (PDF 208.6 kb) provides an introduction to how electricity demand is measured.
Our Connection Policy (PDF 680.0 kb) provides details of how we determine the capital contribution to be paid when a customer applies for a connection to our network. The Connection Policy has been approved by the AER.
QESI Retailer/customer initiated change
The QESI form (PDF 798.5 kb) is used by retailers or customers initiating a change to a NMI Classification Code (NCC), Customer Threshold (CTC), Distribution Loss Factor (DLF) and/or Network Tariff (NTC).
Information on Network Tariff Codes and rates for site-specific tariffs are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Information can be provided in the following circumstances:
- The requestor is the customer, or an authorised person who is able to sign on behalf of the customer (e.g. Company Manager)
- The requestor is the current Financially Responsible Market Participant and the request relates to a period of time for which they are responsible for the site
- The customer's written consent has been provided using our Authority to Release Information to Third Parties Form (PDF 60.3 kb) (PDF 184.8 kb).