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Trustpower Limited (NZX: TPW) announced on 6 July 2016 that it has received a planning permit for Dundonnell Wind Farm, located in South-West Victoria.
Trustpower is delighted to receive a planning permit for a wind farm located near Dundonnell, in south-west Victoria.
As announced in December 2015, Trustpower is commencing the process to demerge its Australian and New Zealand wind assets into two separate companies, NewCo and Trustpower Core
Trustpower, New Zealand’s fifth largest electricity generator and retailer, having broken the New Zealand energy mould by expanding into multi-product offerings including telephone, internet, and gas, is celebrating the official opening of its new head office building in Tauranga at 5pm on Wednesday 2nd March.
Trustpower announces that it is considering separating into two New Zealand listed companies, by way of acourt approved scheme of arrangement
Trustpower Limited ("Trustpower") wishes to advise that Dr Bruce Harker, the current chair ofTrustpower, has today advised the Board that he will retire from his role as a director of Trustpowerwith effect from 31 December 2015.
Trustpower has recently completed an operational energy assessment of its Snowtown 2 Wind Farm in South Australia for the 12 month period following commissioning of the last wind turbine.
Trustpower has today announced that it has issued a Notice of Intention to make a full takeover offer for all of the shares of King Country Energy Limited (KCE) through a fully owned subsidiary company, King Country Energy Holdings Limited (Offeror).
The Board of Trustpower Limited is pleased to announce that it has appointed Susan Peterson as a director of the Company effective today.
Trustpower confirms that Mighty River Power’s metering business Metrix has advised they intend not to deliver the services (which were due to commence in early 2016) contemplated by the national metering services contract it entered into with Trustpower in July 2014.