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Our draft plan for the gas network sets out our forecast operating costs and capital expenditure, as well as our forecast gas connections and usage for 2021–26. Based on these forecasts, we have calculated how much revenue we expect we’ll require each year over the next five year period.

Central to our development of the draft plan is consideration of the ACT Government's climate change strategy, the legislated target of zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2045, and what the community want and need from the gas network as we transition to meet this target.

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View the AER Customer Challenge Panel advice on the draft plan


Stable network charges

Over the 2021–26 period we expect the revenue we require to cover our costs to be lower than the current period. We also expect that average gas usage per customer will decline, which combined with our lower revenue, would result in stable network charges (in real dollar terms).

Stable network charges

See more information about the gas five year plan regulatory process, or learn how you can get involved through our gas network consultation program.

Let us know what you think

Consultation on the draft plan closed on 2 April 2020, however we continue to welcome your feedback on the plan, and whether it best serves you long-term interests.

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