Over 20 submissions have been received from industry stakeholders on the new lines pricing options paper, with submissions closing on 20 December. To read submissions and an aggregated summary of responses to the questionnaire, click here.
The Electricity Networks Association fully supports an international call for a review of the low fixed charge regulations. “The regulations are a barrier to the introduction of new and innovative pricing methods which give consumers more choice on how they pay for a connection to a reliable electricity network,” Graeme Peters, ENA’s chief executive said. Peters
The Electricity Networks Association has given a tentative thumbs up to the final outcome of the Commerce Commission’s input methodologies (IM) review. The methodologies are the upfront rules, processes and requirements of regulation of monopoly utilities such as electricity lines companies, and are important to ENA’s 17 regulated members. ENA’s chief executive, Graeme Peters, said
The Electricity Networks Association (ENA) is deeply concerned about an Inland Revenue draft proposal to tax rebates and discounts returned to customers who are beneficial owners of their lines’ company. Chief executive of the ENA, Graeme Peters, said the ENA will challenge this decision, “which we estimate will remove $24 million in rebates and discounts