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Schedule of oral submissions - Electricity Bill

Media release - Commerce Committee

Schedule of oral submissions for the
Electricity Industry Bill

26 February 2001

The Commerce Committee is hearing oral submissions on the Electricity Industry Bill, 3.15 pm to 6.00 pm, Tuesday, 27 February 2001. The hearing is to be held in Room G.006 (Maui Tikitiki A Taranga), Parliament House. The schedule is as follows:

Oral submissions

„h Federated Farmers

„h New Zealand Manufacturers Federation

„h Carter Holt Harvey and New Zealand Forest Owners¡¦ Association

„h National Council of Women of New Zealand

„h Trust Owned Lines Company

„h Electra Lines

„h Network Tasman Trust

„h Electricity Ombudsman Scheme Steering Group

„h Electricity Engineers Association

„h New Zealand Wind Energy Association

Further hearings will be advised. All submissions are in public unless otherwise notified.

Contact for further details:

David Cunliffe (Chairperson) on ƒv (04) 470 6579 or
Alan Witcombe on ƒv (04) 471 9536/

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