The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has developed the Distribution Ring-fencing Guideline. The Guideline is intended to prevent a distribution network service provider (DNSP) using its existing regulated business to hinder competition developing in related contestable electricity markets such as advanced metering and home battery systems.
You can download TasNetworks Ring-fencing Compliance Plan from the AER website.
TasNetworks has applied for a number of waivers which will help minimise impacts and costs for our customers during the transitional period to full compliance with the Guideline.
TasNetworks Waiver Applications
These waiver applications have been approved by the AER. You can view TasNetworks Ring-fencing Waiver register here.
Information sharing protocol
Our Information Sharing Protocol outlines the circumstances under which we can provide confidential information to other businesses providing contestable electricity services and the process for sharing that information (as prescribed by the Guideline).
Read our Information Sharing Protocol.
Information sharing register
This register details all the legal entities who have requested to be included on the information sharing register and any confidential information they have requested as defined by the Guideline.
Information Sharing Register.
Shared staff register
This register details all TasNetworks shared staff providing contestable electricity services as defined by the Guideline.
Shared Staff Register.
Shared office register
This register details all the shared offices where TasNetworks provides direct control services and contestable electricity services as defined by the Guideline.
Shared Office Register.