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									ETSA Utilities
    Public
    Lighting
           Kevin Hamilton
Topics of Discussion
n   Stakeholders
n   Tariffs
n   Lighting choices
n   Service Level Agreements
n   The future
Stakeholders
   n   SAIIR - Regulates
   n   Local Government - Responsible
       for lighting their roads.
   n   TSA - light their. (26.000 lights)
   n   ETSA Utilities - supply
       infrastructure to light roads at
       Council request. (199,000 lights)
   n   AGL - Responsible for
       billing.(other Retailers beyond
       2003)
Tariffs
    n   Council can choose tariff.
    n     1. ETSA Utilities tariff - EU owns
           and maintains infrastructure
           (94% of lights)
    n     2. Customer Lighting Equipment
           Rate. - Council owns and
           maintains infrastructure and
           pays EU to maintain globe.
           (6% of lights)
    n     3. Metered Supply
Lighting Types
           n   Fluorescent - white light, limited
               lightspread control, high maint.
               costs
           n   Mercury Vapour - white light, good
               lightspread, low maint. costs
           n   H P Sodium vapour - pink light,
               good lightspread, medium maint.
               costs
           n   L P Sodium vapour - yellow light,
               good lightspread, medium maint.
               costs.
           n   Others - metal halide, incandescent
Lighting Levels
     n   Historically we have a wide
         range of light types
         20% = F40, 33% = M80, 17% =
         S50 and L18
     n      - AS 1158 defines lighting
         designs
     n      - column height and spacing to
         be defined
     n      - Road Category and road
         width are issues
     n   Light spread is being addressed
         (eg Sylvania Urban Maxi)
Maintenance
n   Bulk Change (4 year cycle)
n   vegetation clearance
    - Council Responsibility
Service Levels

    n   Single Light out repair levels
        - Distribution Code.
    n   LGA involved in preparing generic
        agreement with EU
    n   EU will negotiate specific
        agreements with each Council if
        necessary.
Future
n   Unbundling of tariffs
    - Early indication of EU prices
    available from Oct 2002
n   Contestability of design, construct,
    maintenance

								
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