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The electricity market is "broken" and prices should be coming down, rather than going up, says Labour's David Shearer.
Solid Energy faces more losses as it contends with weak coal prices on a global market.
Z Energy will defer $50 million of capital expenditure on new storage facilities at Tauranga and Lyttelton.
Solid Energy has posted a $40.9 million loss partly because of weak international coal prices.
It will pay an interim dividend of $60 million, down from $92m a year earlier.
National's controversial asset sales programme may end with just a whimper.
Opposition parties say the Government's concession it could sell 30 percent of G...
Finance Minister Bill English has formally confirmed state-owned power company G...
Transpower has completed upgrades sparked by a massive Auckland power blackout i...
The Greens and Forest and Bird say coal miner Bathurst Resources shouldn't even start work on its Escarpment open-cut mine near Westport.
The partial sale of Genesis Energy will go ahead and will mark the end of the Government's asset sales programme.
Vector saw net profit after tax fall 11.4 percent to $104.6 million in the last half of 2013.
Net profit fell to $4 million in the six months to December 31 from $7.6 million a year earlier.
Meridian Energy is waiting to see if the Australian Government will scrap its renewable energy target scheme.
The newly NZX-listed company beat its forecast half-year earnings thanks to high inflows to hydro lakes.
Contact Energy's half-year underlying earnings have jumped by 5 percent after improved sales.
Dunedin protests for and against Anadarko drilling
Labour backs Greens' solar panel policy
Greens unveil energy scheme for solar power
Solar Homes scheme 'future-proofing'
Shearer: Electricity market is 'broken'
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