From 18 September 2017, changes to the National Electricity Rules widen the scope of the RIT-T to include replacement projects.
The purpose of the RIT-T, as set out at clause 5.16 of the National Electricity Rules, is to identify the credible option that maximises the present value of net economic benefit to all those who produce, consume and transport electricity in the market.
TransGrid is conducting the RIT-T on the projects listed in the table below.
Managing the Risk of Corrosion between Vales Point and Sydney North on Line 22
Open for dispute
Project Assessment Conclusions Report
25 March 2019
Managing the South Sydney Substation's Asset Risks
Project Specification Consultation Report
Managing the Risk of Corrosion between Marulan and Dapto on Line 8
Managing the Risk of Corrosion between Vineyard and Munmorah on Line 25 & 26
Victoria to NSW Interconnector Capacity Upgrade Project
Expanding NSW-QLD Transmission Transfer Capacity
22 February 2019
Submissions are welcome on the current RIT-T projects by the applicable consultation closing date.
TransGrid has a small number of projects that were committed during the transitional period, 18 September 2017 to 30 January 2018. These projects are excluded from the RIT-T process and are listed in the table below.