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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 06 Hansard (Thursday, 7 June 2018) . . Page.. 2298 ..


Table, below, shows feed-in tariff payments to generators that have commenced feed-in tariff supported generation. A negative number equals a net payment by the generator, throughout the financial year, to Evoenergy. These payments exclude the wholesale electricity market income earned by each generator from the National Electricity Market (for an explanation of how the ACT’s feed-in tariff payments are structured, see answer to question 1319 part (1).

Generator

2013-14

($)

2014-15

($)

2015-16

($)

2016-17

($)

2017-18 to 31 Dec ($)

Royalla Solar Farm

0

$5,015,580

$5,215,499

$3,531,317

$1,965,191

Maoneng Solar Park

0

0

0

$1,055,211

$1,214,104

Williamsdale Solar Farm

0

0

0

$288,887

$731,348

Ararat Wind Farm

0

0

0

-$328,894

$242,147

Coonooer Bridge Wind Farm

0

0

$591,931

$1,690,627

-$253,286

Hornsdale 1 Wind Farm

0

0

0

-$38,464

$2,920,733

(3) The ACT’s renewable electricity target is based on electricity supply into the Territory (which equals electricity demand plus distribution losses). ACT electricity demand and electricity supply data is below. Electricity demand/supply data is provided to the ACT Government on an annual basis only and no data for 2017-18 is yet available.

Financial year

ACT electricity demand (GWh)

ACT electricity supply (GWh)

2007-08

2,831

2,968

2008-09

2,879

3,011

2009-10

2,909

3,039

2010-11

2,931

2,968

2011-12

2,880

3,015

2012-13

2,875

3,011

2013-14

2,830

2,963

2014-15

2,857

2,988

2015-16

2,876

3,008

2016-17

2,915

3,052


Energy—household consumption(Question No 1322)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, upon notice, on 13 April 2018:

(1) Further to question on notice No 984, Table 1 that provides a breakdown of Household cost per week, how many households are these figures based on for each financial year in Table 1.

(2) Further to Table 1 in question on notice No 984, what is modelled make up or people per household for each financial year.

(3) How are the make up and total number of households calculated for energy policy considerations and projections, and what is this data based on

Mr Rattenbury: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:


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