When it comes to your electricity supply, what is important to you?
Engage with energy
The energy landscape in Australia is changing rapidly. The ACT is leading the way with a goal to achieve net zero emissions by 2045 and this means the way we generate, store and use electricity is changing too.
Evoenergy is Canberra’s local energy distributor. We own and operate the electricity and gas networks in the ACT. We ensure our energy network is operated and maintained in a way that provides a reliable and safe energy supply to all Canberrans, and planning for our future is one of the most important things we do to ensure our energy network meets our needs in the future.
Electricity five year plan
Every five years, Evoenergy prepares a detailed plan about how it will operate, maintain, and invest in the electricity network to meet the future needs of the ACT. This electricity five-year plan is submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator for consideration and approval to determine how costs associated with the electricity network are passed onto consumers.
Our five year plan for 2024–29 was submitted to the Australian Energy Regulator on 31 January 2023.
The five year plan along with support documents can be found on the Evoenergy Website
In the next five years, we’re proposing to deliver on our community’s priorities by investing to maintain reliability and transition the network a net-zero emissions future, while playing our role in maintaining energy affordability.
Our current five year plan for 2019–24 is available on the Australian Energy Regulator website
How to have your say
In January 2023, Evoenergy submitted its Electricity Network proposal to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER). The AER will publish its draft decision on the proposal in late September 2023.
Leading up to the publication of the draft decision, Evoenergy will continue to engage with consumers and stakeholders on parts of the proposal that the AER identified as needing deeper understanding.
As part of this process, A Deep Dive Panel has been established to provide advice on customer views and expectations.
We’re engaging with the community across three stages
Engagement phase 1 (Completed)
October 2021 – July 2022
Understanding consumer values to inform the draft proposal and tariff structure statement.
Engagement phase 2 (Completed)
August 2022 – December 2022
Using the feedback provided, we will produce a draft proposal and draft tariff structure statement. We will come back to the community for more feedback on this.
Engagement phase 3
January 2023 – October 2023
After the Australian Energy Regulator has reviewed our proposal, we will consult further on any elements that need further understanding.
If you have any questions about Evoenergy’s consumer engagement program or would like to receive future updates, please add your details to the form below