NSW Trade & Investment is focused on helping determine how New South Wales can:
- distribute safe, sufficient, reliable and cost-competitive energy to consumers;
- have a significant role in the growing national energy market;
- encourage private investment in New South Wales;
- support, regulate and monitor the New South Wales energy industry.
Ministerial media releases
The NSW Government is seeking feedback on changes to an energy saving program that helps households and businesses reduce their electricity consumption and power bills.
Industry leaders, community and government representatives, investors, trade union representatives and academics met in Sydney on 26 September 2013 to identify the opportunities, risks and challenges facing the energy industry in NSW
The NSW Government has developed the Renewable Energy Action Plan to guide NSW’s renewable energy development and to support the national target of 20% renewable energy by 2020.
The NSW Government offers a number of rebates to help customers pay their energy bills. Find out if you’re eligible.
To help contain the rising costs of delivering electricity, the NSW Government has reformed the State’s three distribution businesses under a single corporate structure – Networks NSW - to improve efficiencies and reduce unnecessary expenditure.
Latest information on small scale renwable energy systems.
The Government has introduced some important changes to the scheme for customer contestable services.