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New Zealand Energy in Brief released

March 29, 2006

Media Release

For Immediate Use

New Zealand Energy in Brief released

A new publication released today by the Ministry of Economic Development aims to present a range of energy-related information in an accessible and easy-to-use format.

New Zealand Energy in Brief is a concise compilation of key energy data. It includes an overview of energy supply and demand, and the same information for all of New Zealand’s major energy sources. It also graphically highlights international energy comparisons with New Zealand’s major trading partners and selected countries.

Information is presented in the form of full colour charts with annual data up to and including the calendar year 2004. Source data and more detailed information are largely derived from the Energy Data File and other Energy Information and Modelling publications.

This publication is available in both hard copy format and in electronic form. For a hard copy of this publication, please send a request to info@med.govt.nz. Electronic copies can be downloaded at: www.med.govt.nz/energy/eib/

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