EA appoints MBIE energy boss James Stevenson-Wallace as new chief executive

Paul McBeth
Tue, 17 Jul 2018

By Gavin Evans July 17 (BusinessDesk) - The Electricity Authority has appointed one of the government’s senior energy policy advisors as its new chief executive. James Stevenson-Wallace is general manager of energy and resource markets at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. He is expected to take up his new role in September. Authority chair Brent Layton said Stevenson-Wallace joins the organisation at an exciting and challenging time as the sector evolves and consumers face greater choice and control over how they eng...

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