The Utilities Commission Office is closed from Monday 27 December 2021 to Monday 3 January 2022 (inclusive). The Office will reopen on Tuesday 4 January 2022.
The Commission has published its Annual Compliance Report 2020-21.
The Commission has published its 2021 Ports Price Monitoring Report for the Port of Darwin.
The Commission was advised by RPS1101 Pty Ltd on 15 October 2021 that it was withdrawing its generation licence application. Therefore, the application will no longer be progressed by the Commission.
The Commission has issued a generation licence to EDL Jabiru Pty Ltd.
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In 2019, the Commission made a determination relating to the charges fixed by the private port operator for providing prescribed services at the Port of Darwin. The determination will expire on 15 February 2022 and the Commission intends on replacing it at that time with a new determination.
The Commission has completed its review of the Port of Darwin Reporting Guidelines. The Guidelines set out the requirements in relation to annual reporting by the private port operator on compliance with the private port operator’s access policy.
The Commission has published the fourth Progress Report on the implementation of recommendations from the independent investigation of the Alice Springs System Black incident on 13 October 2019.
The Commission has extended consultation on its Issues Paper for the review of the Electricity Retail Supply Code to 5pm (CST) Monday 30 August 2021.