Electricity Authority / Te Mana Hiko

Electricity Authority / Te Mana Hiko
Want to update the information? Click here
  • EA’s responsibilities include ensuring continued electricity supply, provides consumers with the opportunity to easily switch to a new supplier, and ensures reasonable prices.
  • Also makes sure suppliers develop new services and pricing plans.
  • Develops, administers and enforces market rules that govern areas of the electricity industry including generation, transmission, system operation, security of supply, market arrangements, metering, distribution and retail.
  • Contracts service providers to operate the electricity market and system.
  • Analyses and monitors the performance of the market.

Discover the public sector and its key players

Type a person or government entity

Our sponsors

Discover the investigation

Fair pay agreements inconsistent with Bill of Rights, says expert

Confine FPAs only to vulnerable sectors, says a legal expert.

Fair pay agreements seek end of 'race to the bottom'

The "race to the bottom" may not be a myth, but are FPAs the solution?

Is the independence of Stats NZ under threat?

The former head of Statistics NZ, Len Cook, raises worrying questions about the government's data and statistics bill.

Immigration – getting past knee-jerk reactions

Immigration policy needs more long-term thinking – but don't hold your breath.

Treasury refuses to name poor investment proposals

Treasury says some agencies need better analysis of investment proposals but won't say which.

'Grossly disproportionate' to intervene on flood insurance: industry body

The government's focus on flood insurance intervention rather than action to adapt to climate change is costly, back-to-front thinking says the Insurance Council.

Made with support from
Law & Regulation
Public class action fund needed: Law Com
Victoria Young | Mon, 27 Jun 2022

The Law Commission has finalised its report into class actions and litigation funding.

The Economist
House prices braced for a storm
The Economist | Mon, 27 Jun 2022

The pain of rising mortgage repayments will be harder to bear in some places than in others, for example, in NZ and Australia.  

The Economist
NATO holds its most important summit in generations
The Economist | Mon, 27 Jun 2022

Jacinda Ardern becomes the first NZ prime minister to attend a NATO summit, this week in Madrid. The meeting marks a crucial moment in the alliance's approach to both Russia and China, says The Economist.