Collectively, our 27 members ensure homes, communities and businesses are connected to a sustainable, evolving electricity network.
Lines companies maintain around 150,000km of cables and wires across New Zealand
The ENA supports its members in leading the transition to a low-carbon, electrified economy for the benefit of our communities.
Our vision is a low-carbon economy due to reliable, safe and affordable electricity networks.
As we respond to climate change by increasingly relying on electricity to power our lives, our overall energy consumption is going to change.
South Island lines company Westpower has developed an innovation solution to enable it to see what is happening on its low-voltage networks.
Northern electricity lines companies demonstrated their decarbonisation activities in the second of a regular series of online stakeholder briefings organised by ENA and the Northern Energy Group in September.
ENA has commissioned an economic model of what New Zealand consumers are likely to be spending on energy by 2035 to show the benefits of electrification.
ENA supports the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority’s proposal to require all residential electric vehicle (EV) chargers sold in New Zealand to have ‘smart’ capabilities.
ENA has published a brief history of the electricity sector and how its association evolved, with its roots nearly 100 years ago.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) returns to our shores this year for the first time since 2017.
One of the keys to unlocking a low-carbon and customer-centric future is innovation.
Speaking at an ENA forum recently, energy and resources minister Megan Woods urged a collective approach across the energy sector to achieve decarbonisation goals.
Solar uptake is on the rise in Northland with both Top Energy and Northpower registering solid growth in solar connections over the past two years.