We recently prepared a report for IPART that assesses options for modifying the regulatory framework to provide the NSW distribution networks with a financial incentive to relieve network constraints on customer exports from Distributed Energy Resources (DER), when it is efficient to do so. The report focuses on whether options are capable of being implemented by the start of the next NSW regulatory period (1 July 2024). However we also consider longer-term options that may be relevant in the context of national reforms.
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