Energy Reports - ACT

July 2017 ACT Energy Prices, July 2017

An updated report on the ACT Tariff-Tracking Project produced by the St Vincent de Paul Society.

This project has tracked electricity and gas tariffs in the Australian Capital Territory and developed a spreadsheet based tool that allows consumer advocates to build on the initial analysis and continue to track changes as they occur.

The workbooks have been developed allowing the user to enter consumption levels and analyse household bills:

Workbook 1: Regulated Electricity Offers
Workbook 2: Gas Standing Offers
Workbook 3: Electricity Market Offers
Workbook 4: Gas Market Offers
Workbook 5: Solar Market Offers
   
Note: Each Workbook file will ask you for a password, when this occurs just click OK and the file will open

 

July 2016 ACT Energy Prices, July 2016

An updated report on the ACT Tariff-Tracking Project produced by the St Vincent de Paul Society.

This project has tracked electricity and gas tariffs in the Australian Capital Territory and developed a spreadsheet based tool that allows consumer advocates to build on the initial analysis and continue to track changes as they occur.

July 2015 ACT Energy Prices, July 2015

An updated report on the ACT Tariff-Tracking Project produced by the St Vincent de Paul Society.

This project has tracked electricity and gas tariffs in the Australian Capital Territory and developed a spreadsheet based tool that allows consumer advocates to build on the initial analysis and continue to track changes as they occur.

July 2014 ACT Energy Prices, July 2013-July 2014

An updated report on the ACT Tariff-Tracking Project produced by the St Vincent de Paul Society.

This project has tracked electricity and gas tariffs in the Australian Capital Territory and developed a spreadsheet based tool that allows consumer advocates to build on the initial analysis and continue to track changes as they occur.

October 2013 ACT Energy Prices, July 2009-July 2013

This project has tracked electricity and gas tariffs in the Australian Capital Territory from July 2009 to July 2013, and developed a spreadsheet based tool that allows consumer advocates to build on the initial analysis and continue to track changes as they occur.