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The implications of erecting additional Transmission Lines in New Zealand by Transpower
Engineering and Construction
Pages 11 (2761 words)
Abdullah Name Professor Institution Course Date Contents Contents 2 1.0 Introduction 3 2.0 Overview of the national grid of New Zealand 4 2.1 Background of power generation in New Zealand 5 3.0 The need to invest in the national grid 6 4.0 Cost and funding implications 7 4.1 Impacts of the policy 7 4.2 Funding 9 5.0 Fair treatment of all regions in New Zealand 9 6.0 Upgrading projects for the grid 11 7.0 Statutory requirements for transmission enhancement 11 8.0 Health issues in relation to overhead transmission lines 12 9.0 Energy usage patterns 12 10.0 Conclusion 13 References 13 The implications of erecting additional Transmission Lines in New Zealand by Transpower Overview of Transpower 1
It, therefore, runs the national conveying grid for the country (MacInnes, 2011). The national grid is a centralized system that allows proper and organized distribution of power to the New Zealand inhabitants with reliability. The system is such that it regulates the conveyance of electricity and prevents exploitation of people (Action, 2011). The current state law disallows any attempts by the company to exploit people. This regulation is present in the commerce act, which commenced early last year. The New Zealand regime has a responsibility of conducting a review after a specified period, which aims at ensuring proper power prices (MacInnes, 2011). Through the mandate allowed to the company by the country government, Transpower performed distribution of electricity. The company improved efficiency of power conveyance in the country. The regime allows a regulated a mount of revenue collection by the company by performing desired controls (Action, 2011). ...
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