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Big savings: Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin.
Users urged to
for their power
Householders are being
encouraged to shop
around for the cheapest
power prices in a nation-
wide campaign launched
The Electricity Auth-
ority campaign aims to
overcome Kiwis reluc-
tance to switch power
retailers to get a better
Chief executive Carl
Hansen says last year
the average household
could have saved $150 by
switching to the cheapest
retail offer in their
That equates to
savings of $240 million
nationwide, he says.
There is clearly con-
siderable potential for
New Zealanders to save
money by taking control
of their electricity bills
and shopping around,
But surveys show only
5 percent of eligible con-
sumers are actively look-
ing to change power
retailers although half
say they would switch if
offered a better deal.
Shopping around will
save consumers money
and encourage more
competition among elec-
tricity retailers to give
even better deals, Mr
Consumers can go to
the What s My Number
campaign website to find
out how much they could
save by switching.
There s a link to the
Consumer NZ Powers-
witch website where con-
sumers can change their
Consumer NZ chief
executive Sue Chetwin
says its latest electricity
price survey shows big
savings can be made by
We say check it out
now before the winter
really hits and your
heating bills go up, she
The campaign is run
by the Electricity Auth-
ority, the crown agency
responsible for promot-
ing competition in the
power industry, Con-
sumer NZ and the Minis-
try of Consumer Affairs.
org.nz for information.
AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, JUNE 3, 2011
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