We received 12 non-confidential submissions (as below) in response to our short-list consultation document. A summary of submissions and our responses is also available below.
We are commencing a process to refresh our service measures (last set in 2013) for the 2020-25 Regulatory Control Period (known as RCP3).
The table below and accompanying documents provide detail on the consultation and documentation for this project
Preferred Option and Application of Investment Test
Work at substations
Transpower owns and operates 167 substations in every district in NZ except Chatham Islands, Gisborne and Kaikoura. The vast majority of substations are designated but there are some that aren’t.
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The nature of the New Zealand power system (small and islanded) means there are technical requirements for wind generation that can be more onerous than those found in other countries.
A wind generation investigation project was undertaken to look at the technical requirements.
Wind Generation Investment
Parties considering wind generation investment in New Zealand (whether likely to be grid connected or not) should contact Transpower as soon as possible to discuss connection and/or asset owner obligations.
In response to our consultation document we received 16 non-confidential submissions (as per below). A summary of submissions and our response is also available below. Please note: confidential submissions (1) and other confidential information received from submitters has not been published here.
Transpower has a Remote Access Service (RAS), which approved people can login to from anywhere using an internet connection. This service enables people to connect to Transpower applications from their home or remote office.
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