Analysis shows the big gen-tailers are using their competitive advantage at the expense of small electricity retailers and consumers are worse off as a result.
We are welcoming the Electricity Authority’s investigation into options to lower the risks to consumers of power cuts at peak times next winter.
A new survey from the Consumer Advocacy Council shows some New Zealanders cutting back on heating and hot showers as the cost of living crisis bites.
Deborah Hart speaks with Wallace Chapman and guests on The Panel about climbing electricity prices.
Current negotiations for a new electricity supply contract for the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter must not disadvantage New Zealand consumers.
On Wednesday 3 August 2022 we were pleased to have Minister Clark officially launch the Consumer Advocacy Council at Parliament.
Deborah Hart comments on the future of Tiwai Point and the impact negotiations have on consumers.
The latest series of power outages in Dunedin has prompted us to issue a “please explain” to network company Aurora Energy.
Deborah Hart says Commerce Commission legal action against Mercury is as a timely reminder to all retailers.
Following media coverage of a grid emergency, Deborah Hart urged industry players to help consumers understand how issues like this affect them.