Vote will decide who controls price you pay for electricity

The electricity sector will be in for radical upheaval if there is a change of government.

Power bills have been rising relentlessly. Electricity prices rose 12.1 per cent over the three years to June, according to Statistics New Zealand's consumers price index. That outstrips the cumulative rise in the average wage (7.7 per cent) and general inflation (3.3 per cent) over the same three-year period.

The two sides of politics are divided on how best to rein that in -- competition or regulation.

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From our first month taking part in Torque IP's EMAS programme,  we were able to make savings, and student response was very positive. We all enjoyed the fact that we were working together to create a more energy efficient atmosphere at RGHS. Monthly outcomes were also proving to be financially positive for the school, which became another beneficial factor.

Annette Joyce
Rotorua Girls' High School

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