Flick Electric Co. welcomes the EA’s proposed changes

Press Release – Flick Electric Co

Flick Electric Co. is supportive of the Electricity Authoritys (EA) announcement today which outlines their proposed changes to the guidelines that set the transmission pricing methodology (TPM). Read more »

Bleak Day for Many in Regions as Power Prices Look To Rise

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

As predicted, many in regional NZ are likely to be slammed with higher power charges to guarantee profits and fat salaries of big energy companies and the Electricity Authority, says New Zealand First. Read more »

Major Electricity Users Group to analyse draft TPM decision

Press Release – Major Electricity Users Group

The Major Electricity Users Group (MEUG) plans to carefully analyse the announcements today by the Electricity Authority on proposed changes to the Transmission Pricing Methodology. Read more »

Changes would impose huge increase in grid prices

Article – BusinessDesk

May 17 (BusinessDesk) – Consumers in the upper North Island would face the biggest increase in national electricity grid charges under the Electricity Authority’s proposed changes to transmission pricing while the Rio Tinto-controlled aluminium smelter … Read more »

Power pricing review misses the point

Press Release – Green Party

New proposals from the Electricity Authority could force some households to pay hundreds of dollars a year more for power to subsidise big business users, making it even harder for families to warm their homes in the winter, the Green Party said today. Read more »

Electricity Authority price rises out of step

Press Release – Solar City

Auckland, 17 May 2016 – Andrew Booth, CEO of New Zealands leading energy services company, solarcity, responds to the Electricity Authoritys papers on transmission and distributed energy pricing released this morning. The EA is recommending charging … Read more »

Electricity Authority releases proposed changes

Press Release – Electricity Authority

Electricity Authority releases proposed changes to transmission pricing guidelines 17 May 2016 The Electricity Authority has released a consultation paper outlining its proposed changes to the guidelines that set the transmission pricing methodology … Read more »

Unfair Regions Bear Burden Of Power Price Changes

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

Its unacceptable Regional New Zealand is likely to be on the sharp end of the Electricity Authoritys proposed price changes for getting electricity from the national grid, says New Zealand First. Read more »

DCC to add electric vehicles to fleet

Press Release – Dunedin City Council

Dunedin (Friday, 13 May 2016) Electric vehicles (EVs) are set to become a key part of the Dunedin City Council’s car fleet. Read more »

Peaceful climate protest in Wellington

Press Release – 350 Aotearoa

Peaceful climate protest in Wellington calls on ANZ to pull $13.5 billion out of fossil fuel projects Read more »

Meridian and Qantas Frequent Flyer turn lights into flights

Press Release – Meridian Energy

Meridian Energy has partnered with Qantas to offer its customers free membership to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and reward new customers with 10,000 Qantas Points – enough to book a one-way Jetstar flight within New Zealand . Read more »

Solarcity files legal complaint against

Press Release – SolarCity

Solarcity today filed a series of legal complaints with the Electricity Authority (EA), asking it to stop Hawkes Bay lines company Unison Energys solar tax, on the grounds that it wrongfully disadvantages customers and is in clear breach … Read more »

Solarcity files legal complaint with Electricity Authority

Press Release – SolarCity

Solarcity today filed a series of legal complaints with the Electricity Authority (EA), asking it to stop Hawkes Bay lines company Unison Energys solar tax, on the grounds that it wrongfully disadvantages customers and is in clear breach … Read more »

Vector Network News – the Future of Energy

Press Release – Vector

Vectors Future of Energy will officially arrive on Friday morning at Otaras Rongomai School, where the kids will help Energy Minister, Hon Simon Bridges flick the switch on New Zealands first Tesla Energy Powerwall battery. Read more »

Electricity retailers welcome support for electric vehicles

Press Release – Electricity Retailers’ Association of NZ

Electricity retailers welcome the Governments announcement today of further support for the uptake of electric vehicles. Electricity Retailers Association of New Zealand (ERANZ) Chief Executive Jenny Cameron says the package of measures is one … Read more »

Regional Council begins move to electric vehicles

Press Release – Greater Wellington Regional Council

The Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) today added the first fully electric car to its vehicle fleet, on the same day transport Minister Simon Bridges announced an extensive package of measures to increase the uptake of electric vehicles in New … Read more »

Road Transport Forum welcomes electric vehicle announcement

Press Release – Road Transport Forum

Road Transport Forum welcomes electric vehicle RUC announcement Road Transport Forum Chief Executive Ken Shirley has welcomed the announcement today by Transport Minister Simon Bridges that electric powered heavy vehicles be exempt from road user charges … Read more »

Let’s get the electric vehicle revolution going

Press Release – Electricity Networks Association

The Electricity Networks Association has today welcomed the Governments measures to increase the number of electric vehicles on New Zealands roads. Read more »

Jennie Langley first independent Chair of ERANZ

Press Release – Electricity Retailers’ Association of NZ

The Electricity Retailers Association of New Zealand (ERANZ) has appointed Jennie Langley as its inaugural Independent Chair. Read more »

Electric vehicles part of smart, future-focused Auckland

Press Release – Vic Crone

Vic Crone, candidate for Mayor of Auckland, has welcomed the Governments measures to increase New Zealands uptake of electric vehicles. Read more »

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