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Victorian Electricity Future Forum: Household Network Pricing, 18 April 2018

The Victorian electricity distributors – AusNet Services, CitiPower, Jemena, Powercor and United Energy, are pleased to present a report titled ‘Victorian Electricity Future Forum – Household Network Pricing Report.’ This report, independently prepared by Essential Media, summarises participant comments and key insights from a forum jointly hosted by the five businesses on 18 April 2018.

The April session was the second in a series of forums. These are part of the Victorian electricity distributors’ collaboration with important stakeholders to explore the future of household network pricing. The focus of these forums is to capture the views of stakeholders and customers on network pricing and to reflect these in future tariff reforms.

We would like to thank everyone who has been part of this important conversation. This engagement will also inform the Victorian electricity network businesses submission to the Australian Energy Regulator in July 2019.

Victorian Electricity Future Forum – Household Network Pricing – 18 April 2018

 

Energy Community Opinion Leaders

This month we’re kicking off a series of Community Opinion Leader Forums to help us better understand what matters most to our stakeholders.

These forums will be highly interactive and community leaders will have the opportunity to explore energy values and a preferred vision for energy in the region. We’ll explore what is happening in your community (e.g. urban development, social change, economic issues etc.) and impacting energy needs. We will also discuss local projects and issues that may impact our strategies and investment over the 2021-2025 period.

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Let’s start talking electricity

On 22 November 2017 we held the Network Energy Future Forum with 33 stakeholders as part of Energised 2021-2015. We set out with two key objectives:

  1. To ensure stakeholders were informed about our customers’ views and values and to encourage feedback with this in mind; and
  2. To gather information that reflects our customer and stakeholders’ feedback, to input into our scenario modeling.

To find out what we heard at the forum, read our report below:

Network Energy Future Forum Consultation Report