Previous reviews and consultations
Find information on reviews and consultation we have undertaken in the past.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is the government agency that is responsible for encouraging, promoting and supporting energy efficiency, energy conservation, and the use of renewable sources of energy.
In July 2016 the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) invited submissions on a discussion paper on the application of electricity legislation to secondary networks and publicly accessible charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. It sought feedback to inform advice on the need for legislative change. Submissions closed on Friday, 5 August 2016.
On 25 August 2015 the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) consulted on which fuels should be covered by the Petroleum or Engine Fuels Monitoring Levy (PEFML), and how the levy should be calculated - seven submissions were received.
On 2 June 2005 the Minister of Energy announced a review would take place in 2007 of Section 62 of the Electricity Act 1992.
In 2011 and 2012, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) commissioned three studies into New Zealand’s oil security.
This is the summary and analysis of submissions received on the draft New Zealand Energy Strategy 2011-2021 and draft New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy 2011-2016.
The 2009 Ministerial Review of Electricity Market Performance proposed 29 measures to improve the performance of the electricity market, its institutions and its governance arrangements.
Information relating to the government's review, in 2006, of electricity market arrangements.