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Trustpower is the first company to complete the SUPA-NZ (Seniors United to Promote an Age-Friendly New Zealand) business accreditation process. A ceremony was held in Tauranga today, with the Hon, Simon Bridges, Minister for Energy and Resources, presenting the award to representatives of the multi-utilities company.
Trustpower is pleased to announce that it has been successful in being selected by the New South Wales Government to purchase certain assets of Green State Power for A$72.2 million.
Trustpower has today confirmed the selection of Metrix, which is owned by Mighty River Power, as its preferred partner for the provision of nationwide metering services and the roll-out of ‘smart’ meters to its retail customers.
Trustpower has continued to make good progress on its growth agenda over the 2014 financial year.
An overwhelmingly positive response to the proposed Dundonnell Wind Farm was received at last week’s community information day.
Trustpower announces that it has decided to withdraw as a potential investor in the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme (RWSS).
The AMA today released the AMA Position Statement on Wind Farms and Health 2014.
Following a period of extensive community consultation, Trustpower Australia has reduced the number of wind turbines in its proposed $700 million Palmer Wind Farm and made major realignments in the location of many others.
Trustpower’s operating statistics for the nine months to 31 December 2013 together with prior period comparatives are provided at the end of this announcement.
The Palmer Wind Farm proposed by Trustpower on the ranges between Palmer, Tungkillo and Sanderston is likely to contribute a minimum of $111 million to the regional economy in its first three years, according to an independent economic report.