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Power companies face a ban on so-called "save" calls, where they ring a customer departing for a rival and try to entice them back with a better offer.
Lockheed Martin says it will build a fusion reactor that can power a city in the next five years - and that it might even fit on the back of a truck.
Incredible new technology providing almost limitless energy could be just around the corner thanks to an Italian scientist - but is it too good to be true?
Contact Energy's chairman says when the board announces its dividend decision in February it should signal its intentions for its growing cash pile.
Three independent engineers have been appointed to look into what caused a fire at the Penrose substation that left 85,000 Auckland households without power.
The Electricity Authority will hold an inquiry into the outage which cut power to 85,000 properties in Auckland, some of which were out for two days.
Energy Minister Simon Bridges wants a wide-ranging inquiry into Auckland's power outage, but won't commit on whether the Government will be involved.
The cable to affluent Remuera has been the most difficult to repair because of the cable complexity within the Transpower yard and will potentially be the last to be restored, Vector says.
Power has been restored to 13,500 households in the suburb of St Johns, after a freak fire at the Penrose substation.
From the country's largest shopping mall, to hundreds of small businesses, millions of dollars have been lost.
Thousands are still without power tonight as the costs to businesses clocked up today.
Prime Minister John Key says he's likely to hold a Government inquiry into a fire at a substation that left thousands of Aucklanders without power.
Power outages across Auckland are causing mayhem for commuters and the NZTA is urging people to delay their journeys this morning.
Car parks normally brimming with shoppers tonight were empty after a major power outage in Auckland.
About 39,600 people are still without power after a fire raged through cabling at an Auckland substation.
Families of the Pike River 29 say they're seeking independent advice on the viability of re-entering the mine.
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