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    Have your say on electricity distribution prices

    We're proposing changes to how electricity distribution prices are set to support electrification and a low carbon future.
    Have your say on the prices you pay by completing our survey. 

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Public consultation on proposed pricing changes

 We're proposing some changes to how electricity distribution prices are set, to help customers with their future energy choices and to support NZ’s drive towards electrification and decarbonisation. Find out more and have your say here.

Read about the work we’ve been doing to upgrade the electricity network, support our communities, and improve customer experience here.

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