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.
This Threshold Compliance Statement was prepared by Transpower to demonstrate to the Commerce Commission its compliance or otherwise, with the Commerce Act (Transpower Thresholds) Notice 2008 and the Deed of Settlement at the assessment date 30 June 2011.
This report describes Transpower's financial and operational performance for the financial year ending 30 June 2011.
Transpower's submarine 350,000 volt power cables and fibre-optic telecommunications cables lie on the seabed within the Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone. These cables are vital to New Zealand's electricity and communications systems and to New Zealand's economy.
This booklet is a guide to a specially protected area of Cook Strait called the Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone (CPZ). The CPZ protects vital submarine electricity and telecommunication cable links between the North and South Islands.
This statement sets out the Board’s overall intentions and objectives for Transpower New Zealand Limited and its subsidiary companies for the year commencing 1 July and the succeeding financial years.
The Directors of Transpower Finance Limited present their report to the shareholders for the year ended 30 June. The principal activity of Transpower Finance is financing on behalf of the parent company, Transpower New Zealand Limited.
The Quarterly Report summarises the unaudited financial results of Transpower for the nine months ending 31 March 2011, together with the results for the comparative prior-year period.
This is Transpower New Zealand Limited’s annual Quality Performance Report. It sets out operational data that enables Transpower’s stakeholders to make an assessment of the company’s performance against operational measures incorporated in the company’s Statement of Corporate Intent.
This report describes Transpower's financial and operational performance for the six months to 31 December 2010.