New Zealand’s competition regulator is seeking public feedback on key issues it has identified during its initial assessment of Aurora Energy’s investment plans to make its electricity network safer and maintain reliability.
New Zealand electricity company Aurora Energy has been hit with a High Court order to pay almost $5 million for contravening its network quality standards through an excessive level of power outages in the 2016 to 2019 years.
A SIM card stolen from a smart meter has been used to rack up $193,187.43 in data and voice call charges, delivering an 18 month sentence and an order to repay the lot.
Crown Fibre Holdings (CFH) - the New Zealand Government company set up to manage and invest in the country's FTTH network - has named three more bidders, including Telecom NZ, for 'priority negotiations' for the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) initiative.
Nokia Siemens Networks has announced completion of a capacity upgrade to the TasGovNet optical fibre backbone network, provided by Government-owned power utility, Aurora Energy.
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