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Modified: 20/02/2012 3:53pm
Modified: 17/11/2010 4:33pm Topics: Code & Regulations
This page contains information about the Electricity Industry Act 2010 (Act) under which the Authority is set up.
Modified: 30/10/2010 3:25pm Topics: About the Authority
This pages explains how the levy works, including the levy rate calculation and the annual levy process.
Modified: 03/02/2011 3:48pm
Contact details for the Authority.
Modified: 10/08/2010 9:56am Topics: Retail and Wholesale Market
These submissions relate to Auditor Guidelines
Modified: 30/10/2010 3:17pm
As part of its duties in facilitating industry development, including its modelling and forecasting work, the Electricity Commission was required to publish a Statement of Opportunities (SOO).
Modified: 26/10/2010 10:44am Topics: Rules and Regulations
The Electricity Governance Regulations 2003 (Regulations) and the Electricity Governance Rules 2003 (Rules) were introduced in December 2003. The set of rules was inherited from the electricity industry's self-governing arrangements which existed prior to the Commission's establishment in September 2003. The Commission was charged with developing the rules and regulations to ensure best conditions existed for workable and effective competition and to ensure that the government's other objectives for the electricity sector were met.
Modified: 28/02/2013 11:22am
Modified: 23/05/2011 2:31pm
These submissions relate to the 2011-12 appropriations and work priorities consultation
Modified: 25/10/2010 4:51pm Topics: Transmission
In future it is likely that widespread collective international concerns about the possible effects of global warming will result in the cost of carbon dioxide emission being reflected in thermal fuel costs. If these carbon costs increase over time then investment in higher levels of renewable generation will be economically efficient. A potential outcome of this is that by 2020 over 90% of energy generation in New Zealand would be provided from renewable sources. This page contains information about the transmission to enable renewables.
This page contains information about the responsibilities of the Authority's Power System Operation & Common Quality workstream.
The System Operator provides the Authority with a monthly operational performance report as required under Clause 3.15 of the Code. The report includes the System Operator's compliance with the Code, an operational update and development and resources information. The monthly report also incorporates the ancillary services report.
Modified: 18/12/2012 12:55pm Topics: Consumer Information
If you are a consumer wanting to get connected to an electricity supplier, you will need to select and contact an electricity retailer.
Modified: 19/12/2012 3:14pm
Modified: 05/07/2011 11:43am Topics: Rules and Regulations
This page contains links to the Electricity Governance Rules.
Modified: 11/08/2011 3:29pm Topics: Rules and Regulations
The Electricity Commission had an exemption power under Regulation 194 of the Electricity Regulations 2003. Some guidance about applying for an exemption was given below, together with a format for applying for an exemption.
Modified: 04/02/2013 12:32pm
This information is provided in response to the State Services Commissioner's introduction of a disclosure regime for Executive Chair expenses, gifts and hospitality, and has been submitted to www.data.govt.nz. For more information please visit www.ssc.govt.nz/ce-expenses-disclosure.
Modified: 25/10/2010 3:23pm Topics: Rules and Regulations
This page contains links to documents relating to rule change 59 - Outage protocol and interconnection service measures.
This section contains information on breach investigations, settlements and decisions.
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