This Statement of Corporate Intent (SCI) is submitted by the Board of Directors of Transpower New Zealand Limited, in accordance with Section 14 of the State-Owned Enterprises Act 1986. It sets out the Board’s overall intentions and objectives for Transpower New Zealand Limited and its subsidiary companies for the year commencing 1 July 2017 and the following two financial years.
Transpower regularly publishes a Transmission Planning Report (TPR) which details the grid asset capability over the next 15 years.
We have evolved our TPR this year to include a Grid Enhancement Approach. These new sections, in each regional chapter, provide more detail on active and potential investment investigations, linking the current investigation status to our planning processes and portfolio funding.
The methodology to allocate the HVDC costs to South Island (SI) generators was changed in 2015. This change involved transitioning from the peak-based metric (HAMI) to an average-based metric (SIMI) from the 2017/18 pricing year (PY). The allocation based on HAMI resulted in a strong incentive for SI generators to maintain generation below established HAMI levels (HAMI limits) thus avoiding increased allocation of HVDC costs. The change to SIMI was intended to reduce this incentive, thus increasing the availability of SI generation capacity.
This guide provides information on the types of issues that development near National Grid lines can have on the lines and, conversely, the issues National Grid lines can have on development. It works through the different types of development and suggests ways of addressing the issues identified and provides some ideas on how land can be used and developed in ways that are safe and compatible with the existing National Grid lines.
This Statement of Corporate Intent (SCI) is submitted by the Board of Directors of Transpower New Zealand Limited, in accordance with Section 14 of the State-Owned Enterprises Act 1986. It sets out the Board’s overall intentions and objectives for Transpower New Zealand Limited and its subsidiary companies for the year commencing 1 July 2016 and the following two financial years.
Transmission Tomorrow sets out our vision of New Zealand's electricity industry over the next 5 - 40 years.
The Electricity Industry Participation Code (the Code) requires Transpower to publish the Grid Reliability Report (GRR), Grid Economic Investment Report (GEIR) and the ten year forecast fault levels within defined timeframes.
Specifically, Transpower must publish:
This Interim Report outlines the results of the first financial year (2015/16) of the second Regulatory Control Period (RCP2).
This 2014/15 Annual Regulatory Report reports on performance for the year ended 30 June 2015 and transmission pricing for the five years starting 1 April 2015.