National Energy Retail Law (South Australia) Bill

08 Mar 2011 questionsarchive

Questions put forward to the Hon. G.E. GAGO regarding the National Energy Retail Law (South Australia) Bill.

In committee.

The Hon. J.M.A. LENSINK: I thank the committee for the indulgence to place these questions on the record, which all relate to the Residential Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES).

My questions are:

1.How many assessments have been conducted under REES over the current and previous two financial years?

2.What is the minimum qualification for those carrying out audits under REES?

3.How is their work audited and quality assured?

4.Have all employees under this scheme had police checks?

5.How many are South Australian residents?

6.How much is the gross fee for an assessor for each audit?

7.How do businesses tender for this work?

8.How many companies or individuals carrying out these audits are based in South Australia and how many are not based in South Australia?

9.How many complaints have been received by: (a) AGL; and (b) the state government?

10.What are the terms of reference of the review of REES?

11.How can an individual or an organisation make a public submission?

The Hon. G.E. GAGO: I am happy to take those on notice, and we will start work on that.