This section contains all current and closed Commission regulatory projects. This includes determinations, reports, inquiries, studies and disclosures relating to telecommunications, electricity lines, gas pipelines, airports and dairy.
Number portability services allow end-users to keep their local and mobile phone numbers when they switch service providers. We are reviewing the settings for these services before the current determination expires in December 2021.
On 29 April 2021 we published an Open Letter seeking views on the emerging issues for electricity networks, gas networks, and airports as they relate to our responsibilities under Part 4 of the Commerce Act 1986 (Part 4).
Every five years, the Commission is required to consider whether there are reasonable grounds for commencing an investigation into whether any services should be omitted from the list of designated or specified services in Schedule 1 of the Telecommunications Act 2001 (Act).
This project amends the 2020–2025 default price path determination for electricity distributors to contain price settings that provide for Wellington Electricity’s transition to a default price path on 1 April 2021.
In June 2020, Aurora Energy (Aurora) applied to the Commission for a customised price-quality path (CPP) so it can spend $383 million over the next 3 years (or $609 million over five years) to address safety and reliability issues on its network.