Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Electricity Lines Business Decision Papers on web

Media Release

Issued 17 October 2005/042

Electricity Lines Business Decision Papers released on website

The Commerce Commission has published a Decision Paper on the Review of the Information Disclosure Regime and a Decision Paper on Valuation of the Regulatory Asset Base on its website.

The Commission is also issuing two reports; the first is by Mr Tim Fairhill on the Impact of International Financial Reporting Standards on the Electricity Information Disclosure Requirements and is released in conjunction with the Information Disclosure Decision Paper.

The second report is by Meyrick and Associates on Indexing the Regulatory Asset Base of Electricity Lines Business and is issued concurrently with the Decision Paper on Valuation of the Regulatory Asset Base.

All documents can be accessed on the Commission’s website by clicking on the attached link:
[Link to Documents]

The Commission invites submissions on the draft decisions on implementation matters presented in the Decision Paper on Valuation of the Regulatory Asset Base. Submissions are due by Thursday, 10 November 2005.

ENDS

Commission media releases can be viewed on its web site www.comcom.govt.nz

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Police: Counterfeit Banknotes - Businesses Urged To Be Aware

Wellington Police are asking businesses to be on the lookout for counterfeit money, after fake $50 and $100 banknotes were presented at businesses recently. While Police are making enquiries to establish the source of these banknotes, a person has been ... More>>

Frog Recruitment: Kiwi Workers Reluctant To Make Business Trips Across The Ditch Despite Trans-Tasman Bubble Opening

When the trans-Tasman travel bubble opens today, many Kiwi companies won't be rushing to buy an air ticket, reluctant to cross the ditch to do business. The latest survey conducted by leading recruitment agency, Frog Recruitment of nearly 1,000 New Zealand ... More>>

Tourism: Employers Welcome Back Working Holidaymakers

Tourism businesses gearing up for the return of Australian visitors from next week will be relieved to learn that they will also have access to an offshore pool of much-needed job candidates, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says. Tourism employers around ... More>>

Commerce Commission: Latest Broadband Report Confirms Improved Performance Of Premium Fibre Plans

The latest report from the Commerce Commission’s Measuring Broadband New Zealand programme shows that the performance of Fibre Max plans has improved substantially. This follows a collaboration between the Commission, its independent testing partner, ... More>>


Travel: Air New Zealand Celebrates Busiest Day Since COVID-19

Today is shaping up to be the biggest flying day for the airline since New Zealand closed its borders due to COVID-19. Air New Zealand General Manager Customer Leeanne Langridge says around 42,000 customers will be travelling on nearly 520 Air New Zealand ... More>>

Stats NZ: Prices For Transport And Housing Rise In March 2021 Quarter

Higher prices for transport and housing led to a 0.8 percent lift in the consumers price index in the March 2021 quarter, Stats NZ said today. Prices for getting around rose in the March quarter. Transport prices rose 3.9 percent, the biggest quarterly ... More>>

Stats NZ: New Report Shows Impact Of Demands On Land In New Zealand

A new environmental report released today by the Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ, presents new data on New Zealand’s land cover, soil quality, and land fragmentation. The land cover data in the report, Our land 2021 , provides the most ... More>>

ALSO: