The Electricity Authority promotes competition in, reliable supply by, and the efficient operation of, the New Zealand electricity industry for the long-term benefit of consumers.
Kiwis are saving hundreds of dollars a year just by switching power companies.
Papers from the Retail Advisory Group's meeting on 5 August 2014 have been published.
Guideline on recertification of category 1 metering installations by statistical sampling published.
Appendix A has been published and the closing date for submissions extended to 10 October 2014.
Latest edition of Market Brief published.
Closes: 23 Sep 2014
Closes: 8 Oct 2014
Closes: 28 Oct 2014
We’re working for the long-term benefit of consumers to make sure your lights stay on, you have choice and your electricity prices are reasonable.
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The exact amount of your power bill depends on a range of factors including who you buy power from (your electricity retailer) and the type of account you have. Read more
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