Electricity disclosures

In 2017 we applied to the Commerce Commission for a customised price-quality path (CPP). We recognised that our network needed a significant investment programme to ensure we could continue to provide safe, reliable and efficient supply to you now and in the future.  

The Commission accepted our application and we’re currently delivering our $1.3 billion CPP programme which includes renewal projects, building new assets, vegetation management and improving our systems and processes.  

Our CPP period is for five years from 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2023. 

Find out more about how we’re doing now and how we’re managing our assets for the future. 

Electricity asset management plans

Our 10-year plan for managing our electricity assets to meet the needs of our customers and our stakeholders. Our plan includes analysis of areas of our network where more investment is needed to improve reliability for our customers. 

Electricity asset management plan 2021

Electricity customised price-quality path

Our reporting setting out whether we’re compliant with the Commerce Commission’s standards for reliability and price. 

2022

Annual price-setting compliance statement 1 April 2021 – 31 March 2022

Default price-quality path 

We’re currently in a customised price-quality path (CPP) period (see above). The documents in this section are our default price-quality path (DPP) statements for 2018 – 2015, prior to the beginning of our current CPP period.  Below are our compliance reports to our regulator the Commerce Commission setting out whether we’ve stayed within our revenue allowance and met quality standards for reliability (as measured by limits on the length and frequency of outages on our network). 

Electricity default price-quality compliance statement 1 April 2017 – 31 March 2018

Electricity information disclosure – financial and technical 

This disclosure is prescribed by the Commerce Commission and contains a range of annual information about profitability, our network assets, and electricity consumption and revenues grouped by customer groups. 

Electricity disclosure 1 April 2020 – 31 March 2021

Electricity non-standard contracts disclosure 

The customers we have non-standard contracts with. 

Electricity non-standard contracts disclosure 1 April 2020 – 31 March 2021

Electricity capital contribution guide 

A guide to the cost we may require you to pay towards the design and installation of electricity assets if you want to connect your home or business to our electricity network. 

Electricity distribution capital contribution guide   

Participant rolling outage plan 

How we respond to a major electricity supply shortage managed by the system operator (Transpower).  

Participant rolling outage plan