Transpower proposes new grid pricing review as regulator delays again

Pattrick Smellie
Tue, 20 Jun 2017

By Pattrick Smellie June 20 (BusinessDesk) - National electricity grid operator Transpower is proposing a fresh 'operational review' of the way power companies are charged for the cost of the grid as the sector's regulator, the Electricity Authority, announces further delay to its long-stalled full review of the Transmission Pricing Methodology. EA chief executive Carl Hansen announced today that the regulator had decided to "postpone procurement of the new cost-benefit analysis" required in order to continue the TPM review after it revea...

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