Energy Market Reform Bulletin No. 29 - Discussion Paper on Key recommendations arising from the Review of Enforcement Regimes under the National Energy Laws Final Report
Publication date: Thursday, 02nd October 2014.
In December 2013, the Review of Enforcement Regimes under the National Energy Laws (the Report) was released by the former Standing Council on Energy and Resources. The purpose of the Report was to inform policy aimed at ensuring enforcement regimes continue to protect the interests of consumers and that the integrity of the energy market is contained.
Following the release of the Report officials sought views from stakeholders through a public consultation process held in February - March 2014. In light of that feedback, Ministers agreed further consultation was necessary on key recommendations.
Released on 2 October 2014, Energy Market Reform Bulletin No. 29 invited stakeholders to provide written submissions on a discussion paper on key recommendations arising from the Report.
All stakeholder submissions received in response to this discussion paper are available below, excluding where stakeholders clearly indicated that a submission should remain confidential, either in whole or in part.