This report presents trading period demand values (MW) or demand weighted prices ($/MWh) for the selected date range, ranked in descending order. Values are sourced from our reconciled volumes dataset (GR010), which is updated monthly, and WITS final pricing.
This report explores the sensitivity of nodal prices to changes in load, or demand. Load is both incrementally increased and decreased in a series of experiments based on the price response schedule for each real-time trading period and the subsequent seven future trading periods. For each experiment, the resulting nodal prices are reported.
Unaccounted for electricity by network. Based on information, (GR-280), available from the reconciliation manager, at https://www.electricityreconciliation.co.nz/public_files
This report shows planned or scheduled electricity generation outages by generation type, participant, and island. Analysis of the generation capacity available to meet demand will be supported by the use of this report.
This report shows wholesale dispatch energy prices for the electricity spot market.
This report shows wholesale dispatch reserve prices for the electricity spot market.
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 shows trends in the proportion of a company's generation or demand that is exposed to the physical wholesale market. The report ignores any derivative or hedge positions held by the parent companies. A measure above zero represents a long position on physical generation while a measure below zero represents a short position on physical generation.
A simple measure of vertical integration within firms operating in the wholesale electricity market has been constructed using reconciled sales and purchases and can be tracked through time.
This report calculates historical location factors for a region or node relative to a selected basis node. A location factor is simply the ratio energy prices at two different locations. They are commonly used to adjust prices from one node to what it might be at another node or in another region.