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Shirley Applauds Meridian Proposal

Posted on 11 Sep 2004

ACT New Zealand Energy and Environment Spokesman Ken Shirley today applauded Meridian Energy’s plan for New Z

Time To Consider The Nuclear Power Option

Posted on 30 Aug 2004

ACT New Zealand Energy Spokesman Ken Shirley today co

Labour Stalling Electricity Reforms, Says Shirley

Posted on 23 Aug 2004
ACT New Zealand Energy Spokesman Ken Shirley today accused the Labour Government of stalling New Zealand's electricity reforms with a dangerous slide back to State domination.

Electricity Reforms Need Kick-Start Now

Posted on 23 Aug 2004
Speech notes from NGC Winter Series; Wellington; Monday August 23, 2004.

Energy Minister Must Heed Warnings

Posted on 13 Aug 2004

ACT New Zealand Energy Spokesman Ken Shirley today urged Energy Minister Pete Hodgson to heed the warnings of Elect

More Government = Higher Power Prices

Posted on 16 Jul 2004
ACT New Zealand Energy Spokesman Ken Shirley today labelled electricity price rises of 10.4 percent over the past year – revealed in data released as part of the consumer price index – the fruits of Labour’s increasing government domination and regulation of the electricity sector.

Electricity Levy Bad News For Consumers

Posted on 12 Jul 2004
The $18.20 annual levy that all electricity consumers will be paying to fund the Labour Government’s Electricity Commission is just the down payment, ACT New Zealand Energy Spokesman Ken Shirley warned today.

Foolish Power Policy

Posted on 09 Jul 2004

The Labour Government’s announced intention to regulate price control on electricity fixed charges is both fo

ACT Welcomes Nuclear Fact To Dispel Fiction

Posted on 02 Jul 2004

ACT New Zealand Foreign Affairs, Environment and Energy Spokesman Ken Shirley today welcomed Dr Andrew McEwan’s book ‘Nuclear New Zealand 

Power Crisis Result Of Political Blundering

Posted on 08 Jun 2004

The significant cuts to power generation along the Waikato River, predicted to occur within the next 10 years, will