This brochure provides important information to ensure the safe use of machinery, mobile plant and vehicles near overhead transmission lines.
We are committed to making Transpower a leader in safety by achieving injury-free workplaces for our employees and contractors.
Transpower is aware that electric and magnetic fields associated with its transmission network can raise concerns with the public.
The safety of the public and our staff is fundamental to our business and our works are designed to comply with the international guidelines recommended by the NZ Ministry of Health.
In the context of power supply, demand-side initiatives are initiatives that occur at the consumers’ end of the power supply, to disconnect non-essential electrical load at certain times of day and year. Read this factsheet to find out about Upper North Island demand-side initiatives.
The Quarterly Report summarises the unaudited financial results of Transpower for the nine month period ended 31 March 2012.
The report describes Transpower's financial and operational performance for the six months to 31 December 2011.
The Electricity (Information Disclosure) Regulations 1999 form part of the Government's regulatory regime for the electricity sector. The purpose and nature of these Regulations is described in the Electricity Information Disclosure Handbook published by The Ministry of Economic Development. Transpower is covered by these regulations and is therefore required to publish the information prescribed in the Handbook.
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.
The purpose of this Investment Statement is to provide certain key information that is likely to assist a prudent but non-expert person to decide whether or not to subscribe for the Bonds.
The Quarterly Report summarises the unaudited financial results of Transpower for the three months ending 30 September 2011, together with the results for the comparative prior-year period.