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Electricity supply resilience in New Zealand

Increasing the resilience of our electricity system requires an appreciation of complex environmental, social and economic systems, their diversity and feedback, and how these may be affected by change. 

The quality electricity consumers expect is changing, largely reflected by the continuing development of the digital and knowledge economies which place greater emphasis on the reliability of power systems.

In this SlideShare, Erik Westergaard outlines the questions and answers that need to be considered with regard to the resilience of New Zealand's electricity systems, and discusses what the future could hold. 

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