Transpower's report on the availability and reliability of interconnection assets for the year ending 30 June.
Each year Transpower publishes an Annual Planning Report which details the status of all projects that Transpower considers possible over the next 15 years.
A guide to what Demand Response is, why it is important, and how it works.
From April 2008, Transpower is required to use the Electricity Authority's Transmission Pricing Methodology (TPM) to allocate Transpower's revenue requirement via connection, interconnection and HVDC charges for its customers.
This report describes the analysis undertaken by Transpower at the request of the Industry Transmission Pricing Project working group.
Based on feedback Transpower received from the 2008 BRANZ Report, we commissioned a new study in 2009 with slightly adjusted assumptions and methodology. The report covers all regions in New Zealand.
LECG has reviewed the current grid investment approval procedures and identified some key deficiencies in the regulatory framework for transmission investment.
In 2008 BRANZ Ltd undertook a heat pump study report titled Active Cooling and Heat Pump Use in New Zealand. In order to fully understand the effect that this increase in heat pumps is having on the power system, and what effect it may have into the future, Transpower commissioned BRANZ to extend its research and evaluate the impact of heat pumps on the demand for electricity,
This report is a comprehensive assessment and review of Transpower's maintenance practices and expenditures.