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Information on Electricity Savings - 5 August 2001

Additional Information on Electricity Savings
for Sunday 5 August 2001

The savings trend over the past week is shown below. This data is based on the average over the past seven-days and has been seasonally adjusted.



Regional numbers - Seven-Day rolling Average

A B C D E NZ
Mon, 30 July 1.34% -3.19% 2.54% 0.68% 3.89% 1.28%
Tues, 31 July 2.70% -2.23% 3.59% 1.21% 4.39% 2.20%
Wed, 1 Aug 4.11% -1.03% 4.67% 1.86% 5.00% 3.23%
Thurs, 2 Aug 5.12% 0.24% 5.48% 3.45% 5.34% 4.20%
Fri, 3 Aug 5.79% 0.57% 6.35% 4.45% 5.29% 4.76%
Sat, 4 Aug 6.37% 3.12% 6.75% 4.94% 5.37% 5.50%
Sun, 5 Aug 7.24% 6.54% 7.65% 5.26% 5.62% 6.57%


As a reminder, the regions are:

A Auckland & Northland D Nelson, Marlborough, West Coast, Canterbury
B Waikato, Bay of Plenty, King Country E Otago & Southland
C Taranaki, Hawkes’ Bay, Manawatu, Wellington


Also the website www.save-electricity.co.nz is now live and will be updated around lunchtime each day once the savings figures are available. This site contains this information together with EECA’s Tip of the Day for electricity savings.


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