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  • Figure 1: Average daily electricity usage profile (residential and SME) versus system load
  • Figure 2: Proportion of dual element meters v single element meter information in data provided
  • Figure 4: SME – seasonal variation by weekday and weekend
  • Figure 5: Comparison of Winter electricity usage profiles for households exhibiting each vulnerability factor – single element meters
  • Figure 6: Comparison of Winter electricity usage profiles for households exhibiting each vulnerability factor – dual element meters
  • Figure 7: Base case annual bill difference – group of interest compared to reference customer – single element meter
  • Figure 8: Base case annual bill difference – group of interest compared to reference customer – dual element meter
  • Figure 9: Change in electricity spend – Scenario A – single part tariff with CPP
  • Figure 10: Change in electricity spend – Scenario B – two part tariff
  • Figure 11: Change in electricity spend – Scenario C – two part tariff with CPP
  • Figure 12: Change in electricity spend – Scenario D – three part tariff
  • Figure 13: Change in electricity spend – Scenario E – three part tariff with CPP
  • Figure 14: Change in electricity spend – Scenario F – three part tariff with seasonal structure proposed by SP AusNet
  • Figure 15: Boundaries for distribution businesses in Victoria
  • Figure 16: DPI's timeline proposed for the rollout of AMI
  • Figure 17: Standard analytical process for data
  • Figure 18: Identification of vulnerability factors and creation of base case
  • Figure 19: Calculation of estimated bills
  • Figure 20: Average daily residential electricity usage profile (single element meters and dual element meters) versus system load
  • Figure 21: Average daily SME electricity usage profile vs system load
  • Figure 22: Proportion of single element meters v dual element meter information in data provided
  • Figure 23: Elderly (single element meter)
  • Figure 24: Elderly (dual element meter)
  • Figure 25: People requiring disability assistance (single element meter)
  • Figure 26: People requiring disability assistance (dual element meter)
  • Figure 27: Single income households (single element meter)
  • Figure 28: Single income households (dual element meter)
  • Figure 29: Low income households (single element meter)
  • Figure 30: Low income households (dual element meter)
  • Figure 31: Regional households (single element meter)
  • Figure 32: Regional households (dual element meter)
  • Figure 33: Low net worth households (single element meter)
  • Figure 34: Low net worth households (dual element meter)
  • Figure 35: Health care card concessions (single element meter)
  • Figure 36: Health care card concessions (dual element meter)
  • Figure 37: Business turnover ≤ $200k (single element meter)
  • Figure 38: Base case annual bill difference – group of interest compared to reference customer – single element meter
  • Figure 39: Base case annual bill difference – group of interest compared to reference customer – dual element meter
  • Figure 40: Change in electricity spend – Scenario A – single part tariff with CPP
  • Figure 41: Change in electricity spend – Scenario B – two part tariff
  • Figure 42: Change in electricity spend – Scenario C – two part tariff with CPP
  • Figure 43: Change in electricity spend – Scenario D – three part tariff
  • Figure 44: Change in electricity spend – Scenario E – three part tariff with CPP
  • Figure 45: Change in electricity spend – Scenario F – three part tariff with seasonal structure proposed by SP AusNet

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