Powering Sydney's Future RIT-T
In this section
In this section
- Maintaining compliance with performance standards applicable to Haymarket substation secondary systems
- Maintaining a reliable Static Var Compensator at Lismore
- Powerlink Queensland Project Specification Consultation Report - Maintaining power transfer capability and reliability of supply at Lilyvale
- Powerlink Queensland - Project Assessment Draft Report - Maintaining reliability of supply at Kamerunga Substation
- Powerlink Queensland - Project Assessment Conclusions Report - Maintaining reliability of supply to the Rockhampton area
- Powerlink Queensland PACR addressing the secondary systems condition risks at Woree Substation
- Powerlink Queensland PACR to maintain power transfer capability and reliability of supply at Ross Substation
- Maintaining a reliable Upper Tumut substation
- Managing safety and environmental risks from corrosion on Line 959/92Z
- Managing the Risk of Corrosion between Murulan and Dapto on Line 8
- Powerlink Queensland - Project Assessment Conclusions Report - Maintaining reliability of supply to the Brisbane Metropolitan area
- Powerlink Queensland - Project Assessment Conclusions Report - Maintaining reliability of supply at Townsville South Substation
- Managing the Risk of Corrosion between Vales Point and Sydney North on Line 22
- Powerlink PSCR Maintaining reliability of supply between Clare South and Townsville South
- SA Energy Transformation PACR
- SA Power Networks publishes Distribution Annual Planning Report
- Powerlink Queensland PACR Maintaining power transfer capability and reliability of supply at Bouldercombe Station
- Powerlink Summary Queensland PADR Maintaining reliability of supply to Rockhampton
- Powerlink PACR to address the secondary systems condition risks at Belmont substation
- Powerlink PACR to address the secondary systems condition risks at Abermain Substation
Together with Ausgrid, TransGrid is undertaking a Regulatory Investment Test for Transmission (RIT-T) to investigate a series of credible options to find the most reliable, affordable and sustainable solution to secure the future electricity supply for the Inner Sydney area.
In order to assess all network and non-network options from a technical and economic perspective, we are using the Australian Energy Regulator’s Regulatory Investment Test for Transmission (RIT-T). The test is a formal consultation process designed to:
- Inform stakeholders of the energy supply need and proposed options to address it
- Test the market for alternative and more efficient solutions
- Explain to stakeholders the basis on which the preferred option is selected.
The consultation process
The Project Assessment Draft Report (PADR) has been released and is open for consultation.
The PADR provides a summary of the submissions received by TransGrid and Ausgrid on the options presented in the Project Specification Consultation Report (PSCR) published in October 2016, and an update on the preferred option for investment.
Submissions and next steps
TransGrid and Ausgrid welcome written submissions on the PADR.
If you would like to discuss the material presented in this document or require further information to assist with a submission, please contact us.
- Submissions are due Friday 23 June 2017.
- Submissions should be made via PSFConsultations@transgrid.com.au