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SAPN Historical Performance Trends 2006- 2013. Prepared by the Consumer Challenge Panel for illustration purposes only The charts are based on the SAPN RIN published data (May 2014) and may not align with other published annual reporting data. The SAPN Story (for Standard Control Services).

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Sapn historical performance trends 2006 2013

SAPN Historical Performance Trends 2006- 2013

Prepared by the Consumer Challenge Panel for illustration purposes only

The charts are based on the SAPN RIN published data (May 2014) and may not align with other published annual reporting data


The sapn story for standard control services

The SAPN Story (for Standard Control Services)

  • Growth in revenue & Growth in Asset Base (RAB) since 2010 – RAB growth driven by new asset investment post 2010 (chart 3 & 4)

  • Revenue growth has been most rapid in the residential sector (chart 5)

  • Operating expenditure (opex) also grown rapidly since 2010. Corporate Services and Vegetation management opex categories growing fastest (chart 6);

  • Noting growth in employee bonuses parallel growth in revenue (chart 7)

  • Demand declining in all sectors – drive future price increases given asset base expansion (charts 8 & 9)

  • Capital investment in last few years has significantly reduced average asset life (chart 10)

  • Growing spare capacity in the system (chart 11)

  • But little change in service quality (chart 12).

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Total revenue asset base for standard control services scs

Total Revenue & Asset Base for Standard Control Services (SCS)

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Revenue new asset investment for scs source sapn economic benchmarking data templates revenue

Revenue & New Asset Investment for SCSSource: SAPN Economic benchmarking data templates: “Revenue”

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Revenue by customer class source sapn economic benchmarking data templates opex

Revenue by Customer ClassSource: SAPN economic benchmarking data templates: “Opex”

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Sapn historical performance trends 2006 2013

Chart uses “current opex categories and cost allocations” for all costs

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Decline in usage residential source sapn economic benchmarking data templates operational data

Decline in Usage (Residential)Source: SAPN economic benchmarking data templates: “Operational Data”

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Decline in usage non residential source sapn economic benchmarking data template operational data

Decline in Usage (Non-Residential)Source: SAPN economic benchmarking data template: “Operational Data”

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Residual asset life reducing

Residual Asset Life Reducing

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Sapn historical performance trends 2006 2013

Growing Spare Capacity in the SystemSource: SAPN economic benchmarking data template: “Physical Assets”

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Sapn historical performance trends 2006 2013

No clear trend in service qualitySource: SAPN Economic benchmarking data templates: “Quality of services”. Graphs exclude impact of “Major Events”

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