Review of regulatory settings for Official Conservation Campaigns (OCCs)
We are reviewing aspects of the settings for OCCs.
We are reviewing aspects of the settings for OCCs. In particular, consideration is being given to:
- OCC start and stop triggers
- Whether to retain both National and Sub-national (currently South Island) OCCs
- Whether any modification to the Reserve Supply Determination is required.
The system operator is undertaking a review of the security of supply forecasting and information policy (SOSFIP), which provides the Hydro Risk Curves which are associated with the operation of OCCs. Because of the inter-relationship between the reviews of the SOSFIP and the OCCs, we will publish our consultation paper to coincide with the timing of the system operator’s consultation on the SOSFIP.
|3 Sep – 7 Oct 2019||Consultation: We invite stakeholders to tell us whether they agree that we should remove the provision for South Island-only official conservation campaigns (OCCs). Read more|
|4 Jul 2019||Event: The Electricity Authority and Transpower are jointly hosting a briefing on their related decisions on changes to the settings for official conservation campaigns and the new Security of Supply Forecasting and Information Policy (SOSFIP). Read more|
|18 Jun 2019||Development: We have published our decisions on the review of regulatory settings for official conservation campaigns (OCCs). Read more|
|29 Jan 2019||Event: Additional Stakeholder briefing on proposed changes to official conservation campaigns and the hydro risk curves Read more|
|11 Dec 2018 – 11 Feb 2019||Consultation: We are reviewing aspects of the settings for OCCs Read more|
|11 Dec 2018||Event: Stakeholder briefing on proposed changes to official conservation campaigns and the hydro risk curves Read more|
|27 Nov 2018||Background: Review of OCCs. Read more|