Regulatory Investment Test for Distribution Projects

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The Regulatory Investment Test for Distribution (RIT-D) is a cost benefit analysis that is a requirement of the National Electricity Rules. It assesses the economic and technical impact of major network investments in the national energy market above $6 million.

The purpose of a RIT-D is to identify the preferred network or non-network option to deliver the greatest economic benefit to market. The process also ensures investment decisions are in the long term interests of customers.

Read more about the RIT-D process

If you are a non-network provider and are interested in being involved in our future consultation processes, then register your details on our Demand Management Engagement Register.

Regulatory Investment Test for Distribution Projects

Submissions on current RIT-D projects are welcomed and can be made via:

RIT-D projects

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