If you have no power, and you need it urgently connected (within 2 working days), or if someone on site is medically dependent on power, please call us on 0800 496 777 instead of filling in this form.

If you are a body corporate, registered/unregistered trust, partnership or incorporated society, then we can't join you online, please fill in this application form and send it back to us or get in touch. If you are an Unregistered Trust please join here

If your business has more than one location, then please call us or get in touch.

Let's get started: which offer would you like?

Please select your offer

About your business

Business type

Not sure?

You can find it at www.business.govt.nz/companies.


Owner/directors details

The business owner is liable for all charges incurred on the account. We need the following information to run a credit check.

The company is liable for all charges incurred on the account. We need details for one of the directors to run a credit check.

Your property

Are you moving?

Choose Yes if you're moving property, or have just moved but haven't signed up with a power provider yet.

Choose No if you're just changing power company at your current address.


You can find your ICP number on any electricity bill. It's the unique number of the connection point between your property and the power line.


If you know the ICP number, let us know

Are there any other addresses you'd like electricity for?


Which type of rates would you like?
What’s the difference between Fixed Energy Pricing and Variable Pricing?

Your bill

e.g. Samantha Lawson or Accounts Team

Additional information

Would you like to receive bill copies or outage notifications to an additional e-mail address?

An additional account holder can make decisions about electricity on your behalf. We’ll communicate with them — for example, about planned power cuts — but they are not liable for your account.

Is anyone in your household vulnerable?

Vulnerable means either:

- relying on mains electricity because of age, health, or disability (a power cut may threaten health or wellbeing)

- having genuine difficulty paying bills due to financial hardship

More about vulnerable customers

Finishing up

Paying your bill

After you've joined, you can sign into our online tools or call us, to set up automatic payments with a credit card or bank account.

Standard Terms and conditions