This report shows the market share of connections (ICPs) by retail entities in various regions at a point in time. Brand information is only available on 31 December each year from 2011.
This report shows the market share of connections (ICPs) by retail entities in various regions and how this has changed through time.
This report shows the number of connections (ICPs), the uptake rate of ICPs, or the installed capacity by fuel type and connection capacity for installed distributed generation. For example the number of solar connections in the residential market segment.
This report shows metering types and categories broken down by retail entities or metering equipment providers (MEPs). For example, it can show the number of smart meters installed by each retailer.
This report shows the number of connections (ICPs) switching of electricity suppliers (wins and losses) broken down by retail entity and regions across time.
This report shows a summary of electricity connection (ICPs) switching electricity suppliers across time including wins and losses or the net result of switching activity. A monthly series is available in the data report.
This report shows retail market share by connections (ICPs) broken down by retail entity and region at a point in time and changes through time.
This report shows the average and total residential electricity consumption by region and month.
This report is a companion to the residential consumption trends report. The report presents the remainder of reconciled demand on a monthly basis and allows the user to differentiate business demand by connection type, either network connected or directly connected to the grid. Business demand can be shown as a proportion of regional or national demand with options to include or exclude the NZ Aluminium Smelter (NZAS).
This report provides insights into consumer agent requests for consumption data from retailers on behalf of consumers. Users can view a range of measures including requests made from agents, responses from retailers, the average time for responses, or responses that take longer than 5 business days to action.