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Proposed UTS fix an ambulance at bottom of cliff, says Flick Electric

Power retailer says corrective action deals only with wholesale market symptoms.

Reweti Kohere Thu, 11 Mar 2021

A proposal to restore confidence in the wholesale electricity market after a confluence of factors threatened it more than a year ago is an ambulance at the bottom of a cliff and, further, more fundamental reform is needed.

That’s the response from Wellington-based power retailer Flick

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Reweti Kohere Thu, 11 Mar 2021
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