Our proposals for the 2021-2026 regulatory period were submitted in January 2020. These proposals included decisions about the economic building blocks as they related to Powercor and CitiPower, including the way we treat incentives, tax, operating expenditure, depreciation and return on assets.

Regulatory Reset Timeline

Through the regulatory process we’ll deliver a blueprint to 2026 that considers input from customers and stakeholders about how they want to use, store and generate power now and into the future.

Here’s where we are in the process.

1

August 2017

Collect residential, small business, commercial and industrial customer insights
2

September 2017

Establishment of the Energy Futures Customer Advisory Panel
3

November 2017

Support the Victorian Electricity Networks Futures Forum on network pricing
4

November 2017

Host energy futures scenario and modelling forum
5

May 2018

Publish consultation paper on possible energy futures
6

June 2018

Hold customer and stakeholder forums to deliberate on possible future energy scenarios
7

September 2018

Publish report on customer and stakeholder feedback from forums
8

February 2019

Release our Draft Plans for consultation
9

June 2019

Publish reports on customer and stakeholder feedback about our Draft Proposals
10

April 2019

Host Future Networks Forum and IT and Risk Monsetisation round tables
11

January 2020

Proposal submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator
12

September 2020

Draft decision by the Australian Energy Regulator
13

December 2020

Revised Proposal submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator
14

April 2021

Final determination by the Australian Energy Regulator about our Proposal