Prior to competition, the energy market typically comprised a few state government owned monopolies.  

These generated, transmitted, distributed and sold energy to end-users under simple state governance.

With the break-up and sell-off of the industry, the number of companies now competing in the market has increased tenfold. 

The increased level of market participants and complexity requires an efficient framework of regulations and codes.

These are administered by various governmental agencies, and provide guidance on the rights and operating relationships between generators, networks, retailers and customers.

Whilst market regulations protect customer rights, many consumers are unable to find the right information amongst the sheer volume of codes, papers, policies and industry regulations.

If you have a specific energy issue or project, and are seeking advice on it’s compliance to code, or regulatory potential, we are pleased to offer our informed and independent expertise.

Regulatory Advice