Electricity networks today released updated guidance to support New Zealand’s climate change goals and help homes and businesses embrace leading-edge technologies creating a new energy future.
The Commission held a stakeholder workshop in December to drill into the responses to its open letter from earlier in the year around potential changes to Part 4 of the Commerce Act.
Electricity networks are heartened by Commerce Commission recognition of industry efforts to support decarbonisation, said Graeme Peters, chief executive of the Electricity Networks Association (ENA).
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is working on new policy that encourages customers to use electricity for process heat.
Electricity lines companies welcome the Government’s decision to phase out regulations which create unfair pricing.
With ENA hosting its first joint CEO and chair forum, bringing local EDB board chairs into the discussion of current sector issues, ENA chief executive Graeme Peters delved into the history of collaboration in the sector stretching back to the 1920s.
The way electricity is generated and delivered to consumers is changing to embrace more off-grid options.
Electricity networks are preparing for much greater use of electricity to meet ambitious climate goals, says Graeme Peters, chief executive of the Electricity Networks Association (ENA).
Lines companies’ readiness to meet the technological challenges of electrification will be greatly enhanced by improved ability to monitor the performance of their low-voltage networks.
ENA has reviewed its structure so that it continues to deliver value to members and engages positively with stakeholders.