Our role is to oversee compliance & performance reporting, issue energy distribution & retail licenses and provide information about the evolving energy markets.
Our role encompasses regulation of water prices as well as monitoring of service standards and market conduct.
Our role is to undertake reviews, investigations, assessments and approvals in relation to various transport matters, as requested by relevant Ministers under industry specific legislation.
As part of the Fair Go Rates System we assess applications from councils seeking an increase in their rates above the annual cap set by the Minister. As well as assessing applications we monitor council compliance with the cap and provide councils with guidance.
We have previously undertaken reviews into the design of a rate capping framework and a performance monitoring framework.
We have two ongoing roles in reporting on Victoria's Domestic Building Insurance scheme — performance monitoring and premium validation. The Commission may also be asked to undertake reviews of other sectors.
Background Unaccounted for Gas refers to the difference between the measured quantity of gas entering the gas distribution system from…
Each year, the Port of Melbourne must submit a tariff compliance statement to us. The port's statement outlines how it…
The local government efficiency factor aims to lower rates by creating incentives for councils to operate more efficiently and to…
The Victorian Energy Market Report is your guide to how the energy market is performing. The January – March 2017 update is now available.