This Discussion Paper is written in response to South Australia Power Network’s (SAPN’s) Pricing Proposal of 21 May 2015. Although it does focus on specific aspects of their Pricing Proposal, our comments on PV-specific tariffs and Cost-Reflective Pricing are relevant to all DNSPs. The APVI intends to release a more broad-ranging Discussion Paper on the complexities of cost-reflective pricing in due course.
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