Big electricity users losing patience with local lines companies

Pattrick Smellie
Sun, 05 Mar 2017

By Pattrick Smellie March 6 (BusinessDesk) - Large electricity users with national operations are losing patience with local electricity line network owners' slow progress towards having common terms and conditions of service, including agreement on when it's day or night. In its monthly update, the Major Electricity Users Group says it is "looking for real leadership" from the Electricity Network Association on the issue and that "if the sector isn’t proactive, then MEUG will be looking to the Electricity Authority to involve itself"....

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