Sharing the Power: have your say on AES reforms!

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Most electricity customers have electricity rights. Most isn’t good enough. Have your say on the regulation of emerging electricity services under the Alternative Electricity Services framework.
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Energy Policy WA is inviting feedback on the best way to give standard electricity rights to customers:

  • who buy their electricity through an embedded network, like an apartment building, retirement village or shopping centre; or
  • who have an on-site power supply arrangement (OPSA), where a business owns an energy system on the customer’s property and the customer is entitled to use the energy from the system.

The purpose of this consultation is to determine whether these services should be regulated under the new Alternative Electricity Services (AES) framework.

Energy Policy WA is also inviting feedback on policy positions for the development of general AES regulations.

Send your feedback to on any or all of the three consultations by 5.00pm (AWST) on 19 April 2024. 

Energy Policy WA is also running online information sessions on each topic for interested stakeholders. Register now through the links below!