Country:New Zealand
Policy status:In Force
Date Effective:2006
Policy Type:Policy Support>Strategic planning, Information and Education>Information provision, Policy Support
Policy Target:Multi-Sectoral Policy
Agency:Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority

As part of its role in strengthening the Official Statistics System, Statistics New Zealand is developing domain plans as a key part of working together with other agencies to improve official statistics. Energy is one such area where a domain plan has been developed.

The Energy Domain Plan is an initiative to assess the current state of energy data and propose initiatives for filling the gaps. The purpose of the plan is to: 

  • identify the key enduring topic areas that need to be informed by Official Statistics;
  • identify the data sources that currently inform these topics;
  • identify the topic areas that are most in need of enhancement;
  • and propose a set of initiatives to be undertaken to strengthen Official Statistics in the Energy Sector. 

The Domain Plan for Energy Sector 2006–2016 analyses current information sources of energy data in New Zealand, and proposes initiatives to cover significant information gaps. It outlines the main statistical priorities for the energy sector and the strategy for addressing these to 2016.  The domain plan was developed by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority, the Ministry of Economic Development, and Statistics NZ, with contribution from the Ministry of Transport and other organisations.

25 Energy Efficiency Recommendations Applied:Cross-sectoral, Data collection and indicators

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