Ann Whitfield, Brendan Quach and Ehson Shirazi prepared a report for ActewAGL Distribution illustrating Efficiency Benefit Sharing Schemes that could be applied where the network business’ operating expenditure allowance in the following regulatory period is set on the basis of either the network’s revealed opex costs or by reference to comparative efficiency. Our report is here.
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