The Authority considers that AMI system designers and operators should be allowed to find the best technical and economic means to deliver the outcomes sought. The policy areas identified, and the associated guidelines are intended to assist platform operators in the task of establishing and operating their advanced meter infrastructure to best support the strategic objectives and the benefits sought over time.
Report to the Minister of Energy and Resources
In December 2009, the Electricity Commission presented its report, "Report on Advanced Metering Infrastructure in New Zealand: Roll-Out and Requirements" to the Minister of Energy and Resources. This report covered:
- whether the roll-out of AMI should be regulated; and
- whether technical standards for AMI systems should be regulated, or
- whether the voluntary AMI Guidelines currently in place (Guidelines) are adequate.
The report also provided supporting cost benefit analysis documentation from NZIER.
Smart-Meter-FAQ-Aug11.pdf | pdf | 154 KB | Last Changed: 17/08/2011 11:27am
Advanced-metering-policy.pdf | pdf | 582 KB | Last Changed: 02/11/2010 9:45am
Advanced-metering-guidelinesv2.pdf | pdf | 587 KB | Last Changed: 02/11/2010 9:45am
Metering-installation-guide.pdf | pdf | 69 KB | Last Changed: 02/11/2010 9:45am
AMI-report.pdf | pdf | 500 KB | Last Changed: 29/10/2010 1:00pm
NZIER-CBA.pdf | pdf | 238 KB | Last Changed: 29/10/2010 1:00pm
AMI-interim-metering-discussion-paper.pdf | pdf | 197 KB | Last Changed: 29/10/2010 1:00pm
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