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Electricity Information for Sunday 12 August 2001

Electricity Information for Sunday 12 August 2001

National Savings 8.4%

National Savings Day by Day

Actual daily electricity savings for the past week are shown below. This data shows exactly what the country saved each day. This data has been seasonally adjusted.


Regional Rolling Savings Trend

The following table shows regional savings using the seven-day rolling average calculation.

A B C D E NZ
Mon 6 Aug 7.49% 9.83% 8.69% 4.85% 5.94% 7.37%
Tue 7 Aug 7.60% 13.02% 9.18% 5.61% 6.11% 8.15%
Wed 8 Aug 8.02% 16.38% 10.03% 7.26% 6.37% 9.29%
Thu 9 Aug 9.24% 17.72% 10.83% 7.12% 6.67% 10.04%
Fri 10 Aug 10.00% 19.47% 11.31% 7.81% 7.21% 10.85%
Sat 11 Aug 8.91% 17.89% 10.54% 7.07% 7.07% 10.01%
Sun 12 Aug 8.93% 16.37% 9.73% 7.54% 7.29% 9.72%

This information has also been seasonally adjusted.

As a reminder, the regions are:

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

Pricing Information – Seven Day Rolling Average - Trend Prices

The M-co Electricity Price Index is a seven-day rolling-average electricity price. It is weighted by load for each of three areas and nationally. This means although the price may fall in the daily average energy prices above, the M-co Electricity Price Index could continue to rise due to earlier high prices.



M-co Electricity Price Index (c/kWh)

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Upper North Island 18.29 16.43 14.35 13.13 11.60 10.91 10.06
Lower North Island 20.34 18.03 16.17 14.78 13.20 12.36 11.33
South Island 25.67 23.40 21.42 19.77 17.92 15.98 14.18
New Zealand 21.34 19.27 17.35 15.87 14.22 13.03 11.79



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