Pricing publications

Energex produces a number of pricing publications to comply with our regulatory obligations. This page contains Energex's current pricing publications.

2017-2018 Pricing Proposal

Energex’s 2017-18 prices are available now, view Energex's updated network prices 2017-18 (Excel).

Document name Last updated
Annual Pricing Proposal 2017-18 1.6 MB 19 May 2017
Indicative Price Schedule 2017-2020 808.1 KB 07 Apr 2017
Network Tariff Guide 2017-18 811.5 KB 21 Jun 2017
Tariff Structure Statement v Pricing Proposal ACS Price comparison 2017-18 418.6 KB 10 Apr 2017
Tariff Structure Statement v Pricing Proposal SCS Price comparison 2017-18 421.4 KB 10 Apr 2017
Energex approved network prices 2017-18 1.5 MB 21 Jun 2017

Energex’s 2017-18 Annual Pricing Proposal was submitted to the AER on 31 March 2017 and was approved by the regulator on 16 May 2017. The 2017-18 Annual Pricing Proposal sets out the tariff classes, tariffs and charging parameters in line with the approved Energex 2017-20 Tariff Structure Statement.  

On 1 June 2017, the Queensland Government directed Energex to reduce its 2017-18 charges following the release of the regulated retail electricity prices set by the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA).  As a result, the costs associated with the jurisdictional schemes included in the charges for Standard Control Services (SCS) will not be passed through to customers in 2017-18 until at least 2020.  Further, a number of Alternative Control Services (ACS) are subject to the maximum price cap set by the Queensland Government through Schedule 8 of the Queensland Electricity Regulation 2016. These maximum prices take precedence over the prices approved by the AER. Energex’s 2017-18 prices have been updated accordingly and the price list is now available, view Energex's updated network prices 2017-18 (Excel).

It should be noted that, as a result  of Power of Choice taking effect in Queensland on 1 December 2017, Energex will no longer be responsible for providing metering installations as they will be subject to contestability. A number of ACS will need to be reviewed on 1 December 2017 to strip the metering provision out of these services.  As we approach the Power of Choice implementation date, Energex will issue another updated price list.

In addition to the Pricing Proposal, Energex has developed the following documents:

  • The 2017-20 Indicative Price Schedule – Energex’s most recent forecast of its network prices until 30 June 2020
  • Reasons for variations between the prices included in the 2017-18 Pricing Proposal and the indicative 2017-18 prices included in Energex’s 2017-20 Tariff Structure Statement
  • Energex’s 2017-18 Network Tariff Guide  - Document prepared to support Energex’s 2017-18 Pricing Proposal. It also meets the requirements set out in Clause 6.18.9(a)(3) of the National Electricity Rules, requiring Energex to publish a statement of tariff classes and tariffs applicable to each class.

2016-2017 Pricing proposal

Document name Last updated
Annual Pricing Proposal 2016-17 2.0 MB 16 Aug 2016
Statement of expected price trends 2016-17 574.3 KB 16 Aug 2016
Tariff Schedule 2016-17 561.8 KB 16 Aug 2016

The 2016/17 Annual Pricing Proposal submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) was approved on 3 June 2016. This pricing proposal will take effect from 1 July 2016. Visit the AER website for more information.

Pricing reform

Document name Last updated
Customer Impact Statement - Tariff Reform 2015-2020 2.1 MB 16 Aug 2016
Customer Impact Statement Appendices - Tariff reform 2015-2020 5.4 MB 15 Sep 2016
Overview Paper Engagement for Tariff Reform 1.3 MB 16 Aug 2016
Tariff Structure Statement 2017-20 1.3 MB 28 Feb 2017
Tariff Structure Statement 2017-20 - Explanatory Notes 2.6 MB 28 Feb 2017

General

Document name Last updated
QESI Application for Review (Form 1634).pdf 264.5 KB 16 Aug 2016
Small Business and CAC Engagement Report 373.6 KB 13 Oct 2016