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Interview with Alan Jenkins, Executive Officer, Energy Trusts of NZ (ETNZ)

Alan Jenkins was appointed Executive Officer of Energy Trusts of NZ (ETNZ) in 2015. He was Chief Executive of the Energy Network Association (ENA) since it was established in 1999. Previously, he was a general manager at the Ministry of Energy, Chai

Brian Sagala, Radio 531pi, interviews Nanette Moreau

Utilities Disputes Commissioner Nanette Moreau speaks to Brian Sagala, host of the Pacific Breakfast Show on Radio 531pi.

Interview with Jenny Cameron, Chief Executive, Electricity Retailers' Association New Zealand

Jenny Cameron is Chief Executive of the Electricity Retailers' Association New Zealand (ERANZ). Established in 2015, ERANZ represents companies that sell electricity to New Zealand customers and businesses. ERANZ's role is to promote and enhance a su

Safe switching

Spring fever! Electricity consumers are hunting for a fresh new deal. The switching process is well underway. Utilities Disputes, the approved dispute resolution service for electricity and gas, has advice for potential switchers.

Utilities Disputes takes on broadband shared property access disputes: Chorus joins as first member

Utilities Disputes has been named by Hon Simon Bridges, Minister for Communications, as the provider of the approved scheme for broadband shared property access disputes (BSPAD Scheme). Chorus, New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure

Consumer Rights Day 21 March 2017

The team at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) are bringing together speakers from organisations that deal with consumer complaints and organisations that provide information to consumers. UTILITIES DISPUTES speaks at 11:15 am

Nanette Moreau presenting at 8 March 2017 Downstream Conference

On 8 March 2017, Utilities Disputes Commissioner Nanette Moreau will present her views on the main systemic issues facing the energy industry today.

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