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Costs and Benefits of the State Underground Power Program (2010)

In 2010 the ERA undertook an inquiry into the overall costs and benefits of the State Underground Power Program. The ERA received 15 submissions in response to an issues paper and draft report. The submissions are available on our website.

In addition to the information raised in submissions, the ERA drew on a technical assessment report by Halcrow Pacific Pty Ltd in association with Albany Interactive Pty Ltd and a Report into Estimating the Capitalised Value of Underground Power in Perth by Marsden Jacob Associates. 

The ERA’s final report was delivered to the Treasurer on 18 March 2011 and tabled in Parliament on 20 October 2011.

Papers

Date Documents File type
20-Oct-11 Final report
Adobe PDF 2 MB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program
03-Aug-11 Consultant report - Technical assessment
Adobe PDF 619 kB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program
04-Jul-11 Consultant report - Estimating the capitalised value of underground power
Adobe PDF 1 MB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program
01-Jul-11 Draft report
Adobe PDF 1 MB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program
01-Apr-11 Amendment to the Terms of Reference
Adobe PDF 220 kB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program
28-Jun-10 Issues paper
Adobe PDF 594 kB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program
04-May-10 Terms of Reference
Adobe PDF 730 kB

Description: Inquiry into the costs and benefits of the state underground power program