scoop.co.nz 23 Mar, 2021 22:15 am

Commission Publishes Tools For Assessing 2020 Performance Of Local Electricity Lines Companies

Commission Publishes Tools For Assessing 2020 Performance Of Local Electricity Lines Companies
The Commerce Commission has today published performance information for regulated local lines companies for the year to 31 March 2020 as part of a suite of resources created to support the understanding of supplier performance. “Helping consumers, ...

The Commerce Commission has today published performance information for regulated local lines companies for the year to 31 March 2020 as part of a suite of resources created to support the understanding of supplier performance.“Helping consumers, communities and the industry easily access and interrogate the performance of electricity lines companies is an important part of our regulatory regime for monopoly infrastructure providers,” Commission Deputy Chair Sue Begg said.All of the tools and reports for regulated local lines companies can be found on the Commission’s website.nz The performance accessibility tool and one-page performance summaries are based on data we have collected from all of New Zealand’s local lines companies under information disclosure regulation since 2008.

Under the Commerce Act, the Commission regulates monopoly infrastructure providers, including 29 local lines companies and five gas distribution businesses to ensure they deliver strong and sustainable services for the long-term benefit of consumers.Community-owned lines companies are exempt from price-quality regulation.

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