The Department for Energy and Mining is inviting written submissions to the REES Directions Paper from interested parties
The purpose of this Directions Paper () is to set out key findings from a Review of the REES and to propose future arrangements for the scheme after the current stage ends in 2020.
This Directions Paper provides another opportunity for the Department for Energy and Mining to consult with stakeholders prior to developing advice for the South Australian Government. The Paper is intended to highlight some of the major proposed directions, particularly those directions that change the current scheme framework.
The Department invites written submissions from interested parties in relation to the Directions Paper. Submissions are due by Friday 1 November 2019, and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘REES Review – Directions Paper’.
An independent evaluation of the REES () was undertaken by consulting firm, Common Capital. The report outlines past performance and future policy options for REES.
The Issues Paper () was released for consultation on 30 April 2019 with submissions closing on 20 May 2019. In response to the Issues Paper, the following submissions were received:
- AGL Energy ()
- Alinta Energy ()
- Australian Energy Council ()
- Business SA ()
- ConnectEd Program ()
- Demand Manager ()
- Ecologic Apps ()
- Ecovantage ()
- Energy Australia ()
- Energy Efficiency Council ()
- Energy Savings Industry Association ()
- ERM Power ()
- Green Energy Trading ()
- Harvest Hot Water ()
- MAC Energy Efficiency Group ()
- Meridian Energy Australia and Powershop ()
- Origin Energy ()
- Red and Lumo Energy ()
- Your Energy Saving Solutions ()