Alviss Consulting


Alviss Consulting collects energy data and researches energy issues in Australia. Areas of specialisation include network and retail tariff analysis, assessing the cost impacts of energy policy initiatives, energy regulation, and energy affordability more broadly. Alviss is ideally suited for organisations seeking to increase their capacity in this field as services include targeted research reports along with the provision of background and methodological data.
Since its establishment in 2010, Alviss has collected data, produced research and provided advise pertaining to the Victorian, NSW, South Australian, ACT, Queensland, Tasmanian, Northern Territory and Western Australian energy markets.
Alviss Consulting’s services include producing and analysing extensive data sets, writing research reports, contributing to submissions and advocacy, and advising emerging energy service companies on energy retail market issues.
Clients include government, community sector and private businesses.

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23 Nov 2017

This report is the result of a comparison of the state by state-based analyses undertaken as part of the Tariff-Tracking project, as well as reflections on the public debate on energy market developments and reasons for price increases over the last year.


6 Jun 2016

This project has analysed and mapped approximately 200,000 electricity disconnections for non-payment raised by AGL in South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and South East Queensland between July 2012 and July 2015.

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7 Dec 2016

The St Vincent de Paul Society, in conjunction with Alviss Consulting, has been tracking changes to residential energy tariffs and reporting on household impacts since 2010.

Initially the Tariff-Tracking project only covered Victoria but has since expanded to include New South Wales, Queensland, South...

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