New Zealand electricity company Aurora Energy has been hit with a High Court order to pay almost $5 million for contravening its network quality standards through an excessive level of power outages in the 2016 to 2019 years.
New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission says newly published key performance measures for the country’s electricity companies allow for stronger year-on-year comparisons across the sector as a whole and for individual lines companies.
Investment in emerging technologies by New Zealand electricity companies is still relatively small, with most companies to date just focusing on research and development, according to the country’s competition enforcement agency, the Commerce Commission.
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I have an ABN somewhere, does that mean I can get fibre?
This is an unbearably good headline :-)
Great Stuff Sam - I wish this could go out to a larger audience.