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Published on 11 October 2013
Most electricity distribution businesses (EDBs), and Maui Development Limited, have now completed their first annual disclosures under the new information disclosure requirements set last year
Published on 27 August 2013
On 29 July Sue Begg, the Commission’s Deputy Chair, attended the Network Resilience and Performance in Infrastructure Assets Conference in Auckland, to give an update on the Commission’s process and approach for evaluating Orion’s proposal for a customised price-quality path (CPP).
Published on 29 July 2013
This year electricity distributors have, for the first time, publicly disclosed self-assessments of the maturity of their asset management practices. These assessments use the asset management maturity assessment tool, or ‘AMMAT’.
Published on 27 May 2013
Dr John Hamill, General Manager Regulation, recently spoke to the Energy Trusts of New Zealand (ETNZ) about the Commerce Commission’s regulatory work in the electricity lines market.
Published on 29 April 2013
We recently ran two seminars to help regulated suppliers get up to speed with our new information disclosure requirements for electricity distributors and gas pipeline businesses. They created a lot of interest, and set a path for how we will engage with stakeholdersin future, to help improve compliance.
Published on 25 March 2013
Efficient investment in infrastructure is critical for the long term benefit of consumers in the New Zealand economy. In this article we provide some high level observations about past and possible future trends of investment in the electricity distribution sector.
Published on 23 November 2012
The Commission expects to receive the first proposals for customised price-quality paths (CPPs) from electricity distribution businesses in early 2013.