Cost-of-Supply Assessment

Top Up & Spill to Support a Behind-the-Meter Generating Facility

This is based on the Cost-of-Supply Assessment and includes addition of a behind-the-meter generator as a ‘negative load’ according to the client’s specification. Depending on the specifics, the residual load may still be attractive to a traditional retailer, or it might require only a top-up & spill facility.


$1,000 +GST for a single NMI
Additional NMIs $350+GST each (for NMIs associated with the same customer)
This includes the Cost-of-Supply Assessment
Cost is refunded as an offset against the Management Service Fee if an Electricity Supply is taken.


Payment in cleared funds plus an authorised Verifiable Consent Form (pdf, 100KB) to allow access to the infrastructure data and historical meter data held by Western Power.
Specification of the generation profiles on a 30-minute and seasonal basis (we are happy to help with this if not readily available.)


Community will base its assessment on the specific NMIs provided and will obtain all necessary data from Western Power.
Community will address any queries and issues in a timely manner.
Please see Our Promise for more information.

Please note

This is not an offer of electricity supply by Community Electricity.