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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (12 April) . .

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* Total electricity supply figures are marked with an asterisk and a range figure is cited due to possible variability in output from renewable electricity sources. In Table 1, electricity supply figures for 2016-17 represent actual generation volumes while the following years are modelled electricity supply figures, hence the ranges cited. Despite the possible variation in renewable electricity supply, electricity consumption is also variable. The 100 per cent renewable electricity target has been flexibly designed to allow for the proportional shares that contribute the target to vary but still ensure the total target is delivered. Cited electricity supply from the component shares and cost figures are based on the medium case supply and consumption scenario.

(5) The costs of renewable electricity are wholly recovered through electricity bills, Evoenergy pays the large-scale and the small/medium scale feed-in tariff support payments in the first instance, and then passes them on to ACT electricity consumers via the distribution charge that it levies electricity retailers for.

(6) Refer to Table 1.

(7) Refer to Table 1.

(8) Yes

(9) The large-scale feed-in tariff prices for each wind and solar farm supported by the ACT are listed in Table 2 below, each operates for 20 years from their feed-in tariff start date.

Table 2: ACT large-scale feed-in tariff prices Generator Feed-in tariff price: $/MWh Feed-in tariff start date Royalla solar farm $186.00 31.03.14 Maoneng Solar Park $178.00 1.10.14 Williamsdale solar farm $186.00 28.04.15 Ararat wind farm $87.00 14.04.17 Coonooer Bridge wind farm $81.50 29.02.16 Hornsdale 1 wind farm $92.00 16.02.17 Hornsdale 2 wind farm $77.00 1.12.18 Sapphire 1 wind farm $89.10 1.05.18 Hornsdale 3 wind farm $78.00 1.10.19 Crookwell 2 wind farm $90.40 17.09.18

(10) On current forecasts, no additional contracts for new renewable generation projects area needed to reach 100% supply in 2020-21 (target year).

(11) Refer to Table 1.

(12) Refer to Table 1.

Community services—mothers' groups (Question No 988)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Community Services and Social Inclusion, upon notice, on 23 February 2018 (redirected to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing):


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