Our United Energy proposal for the 2021-2026 period

As an electricity distribution business, United Energy is regulated according to five-year regulatory periods. This process is referred to as the revenue determination or regulatory reset, and is governed by the National Electricity Rules and administered by the Australian Energy Regulator. Our proposals set out the services we will deliver over the five-year period starting 1 January 2021. We’re planning to deliver more at a lower cost for the five years from 2021.

In January, 2020 we submitted the 2021-2026 regulatory reset.

Our five year plan for United Energy

2021-2016 Regulatory Proposal 

Tariff Structure Statement 

 

 

 

FAQ’s

As electricity distribution business, United Energy is regulated according to five-year regulatory periods. This process is referred to as the revenue determination or regulatory reset, and is governed by the National Electricity Rules and administered by the Australian Energy Regulator.

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Key Topics

There are many factors to consider in price resets, such as prudent expenditure, rate of return, depreciation, real price growth and service-price options. Possibly the most topical for customers and stakeholders when it comes to pricing is the conversation about tariffs.

Click here to see the key topics in our 2021-2026 regulatory reset.

Key Dates

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 United Energy including the way we treat incentives, tax, operating expenditure, depreciation and return on assets.

Click here to see our key dates for the proposal process for the 2021-2026 regulatory period.