Commerce Commission report provides information for consumers
A new report from the Commerce Commission on electricity distributors has provided information for consumers on how well their company is doing.
In Otago, a major distributor is lines company Aurora, owned by the Dunedin City Council.
The report says the average price per small customer connection for Aurora increased about 3% over the three years to 2011.
The average price per unit of electricity delivered also increased, by about 5%.
The good news in the report was the average duration and frequency of interruptions on the network was below the industry average.