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Electricity Network Association's PowerTracker

Please find attached a new publication for the media, called ‘Power Tracker.’ It is produced by the Electricity Networks Association. It highlights key trends in New Zealand’s electricity sector using data provided by the Association’s members – the country’s 29 electricity distribution or lines companies.

This inaugural edition covers topical issues such as electricity prices, regional growth and the energy intensity of economic activity. Please feel free to call the Chief Executives of member companies for further comment. Their contact details can be found via the links on this page: http://www.electricity.org.nz/Site/Consumer/links.aspx

ENA_PowerTracker_Issue_1.pdf

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