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  • SUPA-NZ Award Trustpower for Age Friendliness

    Trustpower is the first company to complete the SUPA-NZ (Seniors United to Promote an Age-Friendly New Zealand) business accreditation process. A ceremony was held in Tauranga today, with the Hon, Simon Bridges, Minister for Energy and Resources, presenting the award to representatives of the multi-utilities company.

  • Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme

    Trustpower announces that it has decided to withdraw as a potential investor in the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme (RWSS).

  • Wind farm application now lodged with Mid Murray Council

    Following a period of extensive community consultation, Trustpower Australia has reduced the number of wind turbines in its proposed $700 million Palmer Wind Farm and made major realignments in the location of many others.

  • New report spells out economic windfall for Mid-Murray region

    The Palmer Wind Farm proposed by Trustpower on the ranges between Palmer, Tungkillo and Sanderston is likely to contribute a minimum of $111 million to the regional economy in its first three years, according to an independent economic report.

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