MOSL publishes application pack for non-household Market Improvement Fund

MOSL has published the application pack for Market Improvement Fund round three, which takes place in November. The MIF is owned by the Strategic Panel, and provides funding to projects that benefit the non-household water market and its customers. 

The Market Improvement Fund was established through the implementation of change proposal CPM018: ‘Treatment of Market Performance Standard charges and Operational Performance Standard charges which seeks to use some or all of the charges to fund activities which may address market failures that cannot be addressed through other funding mechanisms.

The application pack contains: 

The full pack is available to download here, as well as via the MOSL website.
You can submit applications to from 1-10 November, however it is encouraged that you begin preparing your bids as soon as possible. If you are thinking of submitting a bid or would like MOSL to be a part of your bid in any way, you can also complete an Expression of Interest form.



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