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Australian metering service drops Vector claim

Victoria Young
Tue, 10 Nov 2020

Victoria Young
Tue, 10 Nov 2020
Australian metering firm Intellihub has dropped a claim against Vector but continues a suit against Genesis Energy over electricity metering contracts.The contract is worth $44 million to Vector, and the High Court heard in April it had already committed $4.5 million ahead of implementing it.The case has already been to the Court of Appeal in preliminary skirmishes, and a trial is expected to take three weeks, but not until 2022 given discovery has not yet started.Intellihub accuses Genesis of breaching an implied contract after the listed ener...

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