Electricity Networks Association
Supporting social and economic wellbeing by ensuring that homes, communities and businesses are connected to a sustainable and evolving electricity network.
Consumers will have more control over their power bills with a new approach to pricing from distributors, the Electricity Networks Association says.
New technologies and customers’ changing energy needs are testing methods of providing electricity to consumers and raising questions about how to fund a high-reliability network in future.
An ENA working group on future pricing is looking at distribution pricing options for new guidelines it is preparing for its network company membership.
An updated guide on standardised distribution pricing was released on 7 September 2016 by the Electricity Networks Association, aimed at pricing practitioners working for electricity distribution businesses and retailers.
Fewer power cuts for consumers is a key goal of a new industry guide on how to manage trees that may threaten power lines.
New Zealand’s electricity distribution (or network) companies are important infrastructure providers, supporting economic growth.
Broadly speaking, the industry can be broken down into four main components – generation; transmission; distribution and retail.
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