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  • Table 1: Summary of 2009-10 average electricity spend and consumption*
  • Table 2: Representative tariffs*
  • Table 3: Base case quarterly and annual bills for reference customers*
  • Table 4: Introduction of electricity retail competition in Victoria
  • Table 5: Summary of historic average electricity spend and consumption*
  • Table 6: CCDs with relevant vulnerability factors in usable* DB data
  • Table 7: Sufficiency of data to produce reliable electricity usage profiles
  • Table 8: Representative tariffs*
  • Table 9: Base case quarterly and annual bills for reference customers*
  • Table 10: Seasonal variation from reference customer bill – single element meter
  • Table 11: Seasonal variation from reference customer bill – dual element meter
  • Table 12: Scenario A – single part tariff with CPP
  • Table 13: Scenario B – two part tariff
  • Table 14: Scenario C – two part tariff with CPP
  • Table 15: Scenario D – three part tariff
  • Table 16: Scenario E – three part tariff with CPP
  • Table 17: Scenario F – three part tariff with seasonal structure proposed by SP AusNet
  • Table 18: Differences between base case bills and estimated bills for each scenario – single element meter customers – zero elasticity
  • Table 19: Differences between base case bills and estimated bills for each scenario – dual element meter customers – zero elasticity
  • Table 20: Differences between base case bills and estimated bills for each scenario – single element meter customers – elasticity sensitivity applied
  • Table 21: Differences between base case bills and estimated bills for each scenario – dual element meter customers – elasticity sensitivity applied

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