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.
Code updated following amendments to Parts 1 (Preliminary provisions), 3 (Market Operations service providers), 8 (Common quality), 10 (Metering), 11 (Registry information management), 13 (Trading arrangements), 14 (Clearing and settlement), 15 (Reconciliation), and 17 (Transitional provisions).
Guideline for the connection of small scale distributed generation (equal to or less than 10 kW) to a local network published.
Summary of submissions published.
Latest edition of Market Brief published.
Meeting papers published.
December 2014 edition published.
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.
In New Zealand, most electricity is produced by electricity generators that are located well away from where electricity is actually used... Read more
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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