Submissions

Directions and Priorities Paper 2019-2024

In August 2017, we released our Directions and Priorities Paper. The paper helped inform our revenue proposal we submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) in January 2018.

The paper is driven by customer consultation and engagement and includes our proposed revenue, capital expenditure (capex) and operational expenditure (opex) models for the period 2019-2024.

View the 2019-2024 Directions and Priorities Paper.

Submissions for our Directions and Priorities 2019-2024 have now closed. View the summary of submissions and key themes

We received submissions from:


Framework and Approach paper

We are currently seeking feedback on our Framework and Approach paper.

The AER requires us to submit a Framework and Approach in order to begin the regulatory revenue setting process. Our business is undertaking a consultation with our customers to understand their views on our initial positions in respect to our upcoming Framework and Approach proposal.

We encourage you to engage with us as we progress through the regulatory proposal development process. We will incorporate your feedback into our thinking when preparing our initial Framework and Approach proposal and considering our future plans. 

View our Framework and Approach paper and submit your feedback.


Our Transformation Roadmap

We're confident we're on the right path to deliver our vision of "Trusted by our customers to deliver today and create a better tomorrow".

Our business has been working to gain a deeper understanding of our longer-term aspirations and goals and to consider our role in creating a better tomorrow for our customers.

We published a draft TasNetworks Transformation Roadmap 2025 in June 2017, which set out the longer term plans to reach our vision and how we will embrace the challenges of the future where security, affordability and sustainability will continue to be key concerns for our customers.

We have now incorporated feedback we received from customers and key stakeholders into this document. View the TasNetworks Transformation Roadmap 2025.

The roadmap helped inform our revenue proposal for the period 2019-24, which we submitted to the AER in January 2018.

Our planning is designed around meeting your needs, so we encourage you to share your thoughts about this document with us. You can do this in many ways including through one of our engagement sessions, through the TasNetworks Customer Council, talking to us directly or emailing us.


Project Marinus - Project Specification Consultation Report

We're undertaking a feasibility and business case assessment into further Bass Strait interconnection, with funding support from the Tasmanian Government and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).

The purpose of Project Marinus is to assess the viability of further interconnection between Tasmania and the rest of the National Energy Market (NEM).

As part of the Regulatory Investment Test - Transmission (RIT-T) Process, Project Marinus released its Project Specification Consultation Report (PSCR) and accompanying PSCR summary for public consultation in July 2018. Submissions on the PSCR have now closed.

We received the following submissions from:

View the Project Specification Consultation Report (PSCR) and accompanying PSCR summary.


Past submissions received 

Proposed Distribution Connection Pricing Policy

View the proposed Connection Pricing Policy.

Directions and Priorities Consultation Paper - Closed 25 September 2015

View the Direction and Priorities Consultation Paper.

Directions and Priorities Paper (final) - Closed 13 November 2015

View the Directions and Priorities Paper.

Consultation Paper: Demand Based Network Tariffs – offering a new choice - Closed 23 October 2015

View Demand based network tariffs – offering a new choice. 

Consultation Paper: Improving the way we price our network services - Closed 20 November 2015

View Improving the way we price our network services