Request up to the last 24 months of your electricity consumption data (i.e. the amount of power you used). This information can help you understand your electricity usage habits and make informed decisions when choosing a power plan for your household.
Choose to request either:
The amount of data provided will depend on the period you are requesting for, the type of meter, and how often the meter was read, e.g. if you have a smart meter, your data may include 15-minute interval readings. We recommend requesting a summarised report due to the volume of information you could receive in a detailed report.
Request consumption data or contact Mercury online: https://ask.mercury.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/199
Mercury sells electricity to customers through the retail brands Mercury, GLOBUG and previously Trustpower.
Mercury generates electricity from 100% renewable sources - hydro, geothermal and wind. Mercury is continuing to invest in low carbon electricity generation. This will helping New Zealand move to a low-emissions future.
For many years Mercury has had numerous sponsorships and partnerships that assist with the wellbeing of New Zealand communities. For example, since 2001 Mercury has been a Five Star Partner of the Starship Foundation which has raised millions of dollars for our national children’s hospital. Mercury is also helping to protect and enhance the ecology and biodiversity of Lake Taupo and the Waikato River with the Waikato Catchment Ecological Enhancement Trust.
Electricity, piped gas, LPG, fibre broadband, wireless broadband and mobile.
You can earn points when you sign up for Mercury Rewards, pay your bill, and complete Mercury App challenges.
You can then use your points to unlock Free Power Days and credits on your bill.
Mercury customers receive bonus Free Power Days on your anniversary with Mercury.
Mercury generates electricity from 100% renewable sources - hydro, geothermal and wind. Mercury's continued investment in low carbon electricity generation is helping New Zealand move to a low-emissions future.