New Zealand's energy industry includes production and distribution of electricity, gas, and petroleum-based energy products. Energy statistics include details about the volume and use of electricity generated each year from the main sources of hydro, wind, and geothermal. The production volumes of gas, coal, domestic crude petroleum, and refined petroleum and diesel are also available. Energy price indexes include electricity, gas, and motor fuels.
- New Zealand Energy Use Survey
This release reports on the types and amount of energy commodities used in different industries of the New Zealand economy. Examples include the amount of electricity used in mining, or the quantity of coal used in the manufacturing industry.
- New Zealand Energy Statistics
This release, which is no longer produced by Statistics New Zealand, measured the production of petroleum fuels and electricity generation, and their price movements.
- Manufacturing Energy Use Survey
This one-off release looked at energy use from businesses within the manufacturing sector, including what types of energy manufacturers use (for example, electricity, petrol, natural gas) and how much is being used.
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