David Freeman-Greene General Manger, Commercial, Orion - speaking at Seismics and the City 2014

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David Freeman-Greene General Manger, Commercial, Orion - speaking at Seismics and the City 2014 Building Innovation: Collaborative and innovative initiatives relevant to the rebuild of Greater Christchurch

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  • 1. Seismics and the City Orion NZ Limited March 2014 David Freeman-Greene

2. 2 of 16 3. Providing you with a safe and reliable supply of electricity 4 of 16 Focus 4. 5 of 13 5. 6 of 13 Our new urban investments 6 of 16 6. 7 of 13 Our new rural investments proposal 7 of 16 7. In the next 5 years: we will invest over $350m on new assets to restore network resilience and to manage customer growth 350km of high voltage cable will be laid in our network thats the distance from Christchurch to Dunedin we will invest an additional $140m on operating and maintaining the network approximately 15,000 new connections new homes and businesses will be added to our network 8 of 16 The numbers. 8. Teamwork and collaboration 9. 10 of 16 New ways of doing things 10. Business continuity 11. Portable substation 12. Trees Plan B Development 13 of 16 Communication 13. The most important contribution Orion can make is to provide the vital platform of a secure and reliable electricity network so that the Canterbury economy can grow. 14 of 16