Websites of organisations related to Alpine Energy
Timaru District Council. Contains information about the Council and the services and facilities available to residents and ratepayers. Here you will be able to learn more about the Council and its functions. You will find general contact information, and e-fix which will allow you to advise us of faults or problems you have with our services. The Council Noticeboard will keep you up to date with news on what is happening with Council.
Waimate District Council. Waimate, Centre of the South, New Zealand has Edwardian buildings lining the main street of this charming peaceful country town. Tall trees and a taller concrete silo mark Waimate, a centre for farming, forestry and berryfruits. The Whitehorse, on the Hunter Hills, is made from concrete slabs and commemorates the Clydesdale horses which were originally used to break in the land. Waimate boasts several short walks including the Waimate Walkway which leads to the Whitehorse Lookout rewarding walkers breathtaking views over the district. The lookout is also accessible by road.
Mackenzie District Council. The Mackenzie District has been blessed with a wonderful and unique natural environment which includes wide open spaces, outstanding landscapes, rivers and lakes, mountains (including Aoraki Mt Cook) and both high and low country. The Annual Report & Summary can be found here:
Line Trust South Canterbury. The Trust has a significant role in our community... looking after consumers' interests in Alpine Energy. The Trust owns 40% of Alpine Energy and pays its shareholder dividend to you! Line Trust South Canterbury was formed in 1992 when the South Canterbury Power Trust was resettled. It holds 40% of the shares in Alpine Energy Limited, the company who owns the electricity lines in South Canterbury region. Alpine’s network extends over all South Canterbury with a total length of lines exceeding 3,600 kilometres and connecting over 27,000 consumers and is valued at approximately $90 million. The Trust receives dividends from Alpine Energy that is paid to the shareholders quarterly. The Trustees distribute the 90% of its profits, after deducting the Trust’s running expenses, by arranging a credit on consumers’ electricity accounts.
The Electricity Authority The Electricity Authority was established in 2010. It regulates the electricity market, in which we are a participant, by developing and setting the market rules, enforcing and administering those rules, and monitoring market performance. You can learn more about the EA and how it operates by clicking the link below.
The Commerce Commission Under Part 4 of the Commerce Act, the Commerce Commission promotes competitive outcomes in markets where there is little or no competition. As a natural monopoly, we are regulated by the Commission in terms of the prices we can charge and the standard of service we must provide to our consumers. Each year we submit to the Commission detailed network and financial information from which the Commission monitors our performance. You can learn more about how the Commission regulates the electricity industry by clicking the link below.
Electricity & Gas Complaints Commissioner Scheme
PO Box 5875, Lambton Key, Wellington, 6145, New Zealand | Freepost 192682
Learn more about our complaints procedure
Energy Made Clean Energy Made Clean (EMC) is a strategic partner in the company's renewable energy space. The Perthbased company specialises in the deployment of power solutions for off-grid sites, ensuring reliable power wherever you are. EMC is aligned with Infratec, Alpine's subsidary company, to deliver commerical solar and battery storage technology. energymadeclean.com