Okaley Greenwood were engaged by Electranet to provide and independent review of and advice regarding the reasonableness of the approach taken by ElectraNet in conjunction with SA Power Networks in determining the revised set of connection point demand forecasts that serve as the basis for ElectraNet’s revised Revenue Proposal which is to be submitted in January 2013. The project also included an Okaley Greenwood providing and independent critical review of the methodology used by EMCa/NZIER in its report, Review of Demand Forecast Proposed by ElectraNet, and to provide an independent opinion on the reasonableness of the analysis undertaken and the
conclusions drawn in the EMCa/NZIER report. The Oakley Greenwood Report is available here.
Oakley Greenwood were engaged by IPART in conjuction with Hunter Water Australia to indertake a detailed review of the forecast operating and capiatl costs for the water and waster water facilities of Gosford City Council and Wyong Shire Council in NSW. This was commisioned as part of the IPART revenue determinations for both these undertakings. The reports can be found here: Gosford Wyong
Oakley Greenwood has prepared this independent thought piece as an input to both the public debate and the supporting organisations' consideration of policy options. The organisations are a consortium of the Australian Industry Group, The Brotherhood of St Laurence, CHOICE and The Energy Efficiency Council. This report was formally launched 29th October 2012.
Oakley Greenwood with Deloitte have recently delivered a Final Report to the Oates Review undertaken for the Hon, Peter Collier, Minister for Energy, Western Australia titled "Verve Energy Review". The report considers the reasons for Verve’s historical financial performance, its current outlook and options for addressing a number of identified issues with respect to the structure of the market and government owned entities that service the South West Interconnected System.