Our corporate documents
Learn about our strategy and performance in our corporate documents.
Statement of Intent
Statement of Intent 2021-25
Our Statement of Intent outlines our strategic intentions for a four-year period. We define five sector ambitions to ensure electricity regulation creates a platform for economic recovery, accelerating growth and wider long-term benefit for New Zealand.
Statement of Performance Expectations
Statement of Performance Expectations 2022/23
Our Statement of Performance Expectations details our planned work for the 2022/23 financial year. It includes information about our work programmes and business-as-usual functions, as well as our forecast financial statements.
Annual Corporate Plan
Annual Corporate Plan 2022/23
Our Annual Corporate Plan sets out our high-level activities for the year that promote our strategic priorities, address regulatory risks and harms, and deliver sector outcomes. We report on our progress in four-monthly increments as per the reports below.
Annual Corporate Plan 2021/22
Overview of Annual Report 2021/22
A high-level summary of our performance, highlighting the important progress we made with our strategic ambitions for the sector.
Annual Report 2021/22
Our Annual Report covers our key achievements for 2021/22 and reports on our financial and non-financial performance.
Industry and consumer surveys
For our Annual Report 2021/22, we commissioned industry participant and consumer perception surveys, and assessments on consumer centricity, trust and confidence and low-emissions energy. See the following reports for the results and how we are responding to the feedback received.
We have three foundation documents:
- Interpretation of the Authority's statutory objective - clarifies the interpretation of our statutory objective.
- Consultation charter - guidelines on the processes for amending the Code and consulting on proposed amendments to the Code.
- Charter for advisory groups - how we establish and interact with advisory groups; when and how we consult advisory groups on material changes to the Code; and how advisory groups must operate.
Chief Executive expenses
We publish our Chief Executive's expenses to provide transparency and accountability for discretionary expenses, as required by the State Services Commission.