Review of Queensland's energy legislation
Since Queensland's energy legislation was first introduced, the energy sector has undergone rapid and disruptive change. New technologies, services and business models are challenging how the electricity and gas supply industries should be regulated.
We are reviewing the Electricity Act 1994, the Gas Supply Act 2003 and the Energy and Water Ombudsman Act 2006 to assess how well the legislation is functioning, and whether it is able to keep up with changes in the industry.
A public consultation to receive feedback on the Review of Queensland energy legislation: issues paper (PDF, 605.9KB) was held 8 May 2018 to 19 June 2018.
This included a series of targeted stakeholder forums and an opportunity to make written submissions. These can be accessed below.
What happens next
We are currently analysing the submissions and feedback received through the consultation process. This will support the development of the consultation regulatory impact statement (RIS).
The RIS will be released for public consultation in July 2019.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-confidential submissions are listed below. The opinions expressed in the submissions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Queensland Government.
Confidential submissions have not been published.
Note: The following files may not be fully accessible by assistive readers. Please email email@example.com if you need to access these in a different format.
- Advisory Council to the Energy and Water Ombudsman Queensland ( PDF, 142.4KB)
- Australian Conservation Foundation ( PDF, 750.3KB)
- Australian Energy Council ( PDF, 508.1KB)
- Australian Gas Infrastructure Group ( PDF, 314.6KB)
- Australian Sugar Milling Council ( PDF, 350.3KB)
- AusNet Services ( PDF, 164.7KB)
- Ms Lorna Barton ( PDF, 343.7KB)
- Mr Trevor Berrill ( PDF, 685.2KB)
- Ms Carole Cawsey ( PDF, 497.4KB)
- Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland ( PDF, 242.7KB)
- Cotton Australia ( PDF, 220.8KB)
- Mr Cameron Cudahy ( PDF, 413.5KB)
- Environmental Defenders Office ( PDF, 108.1KB)
- Energy Australia ( PDF, 127.6KB)
- Energy Queensland ( PDF, 624.9KB)
- Energy and Water Ombudsman Queensland ( PDF, 492.9KB)
- Financial Counsellors’ Association of Queensland ( PDF, 465.4KB)
- Mr Adam Gowlett ( PDF, 647.0KB)
- Housing Industry Association ( PDF, 282.5KB)
- Julie ( PDF, 412.3KB)
- Local Government Association of Queensland ( PDF, 786.2KB)
- Master Builders Queensland ( PDF, 136.2KB)
- Master Electricians Australia ( PDF, 338.2KB)
- Meridian Energy ( PDF, 99.6KB)
- Origin Energy ( PDF, 475.3KB)
- Pacific Hydro ( PDF, 133.9KB)
- Property Council of Australia ( PDF, 757.7KB)
- Powerlink ( PDF, 517.9KB)
- Queensland Consumers Association ( PDF, 546.5KB)
- Queensland Conservation Council ( PDF, 724.6KB)
- Queensland Council of Social Service ( PDF, 691.0KB)
- Queensland Farmers’ Federation ( PDF, 558.5KB)
- Red Energy and Lumo Energy ( PDF, 278.7KB)
- Redback Technologies ( PDF, 101.5KB)
- Rheem ( PDF, 619.0KB)
- Rio Tinto ( PDF, 84.2KB)
- Shopping Centre Council of Australia ( PDF, 164.0KB)
- Smart Energy Council ( PDF, 547.9KB)
- Simply Energy ( PDF, 90.1KB)
- Vector ( PDF, 300.5KB)
- Ms Hannelie Whitehead ( PDF, 488.0KB)
- Windlab ( PDF, 654.3KB)
Last updated 28 November 2018