Total Utilities - Consulting and Procurement

Introducing Total Utilities

Our team of expert analysts offers unbiased advice on the service and pricing of all relevant utilities suppliers.

Find out how we can help your organisation to save money...
  • Independent Advice

    Total Utilities is an independent utilities consultancy offering a full spectrum of services for businesses that meet the needs of our clients.

  • Strategy & Expertise

    Total Utilities analysts provide clients with expert market knowledge and advice providing clear and concise reporting, making it easy for you to make an informed choice.

  • Better Service

    We provide a personalised timely service in negotiating the best possible contract for your company’s utilities – leaving you to focus on core business.

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Industry Commentary

The New Zealand Gas Story

The Gas Industry Co has issued the latest update of The New Zealand Gas Story – the State and Performance of the New Zealand Gas Industry. The third edition of this publication can be found here. Notable elements of the update are: • The Report updates current statistics and other information from a variety of… Read More

Energy Efficiency and Energy Management Methodologies Generate up to 40% Reductions

Total Utilities provides an end to end approach to utility optimisation by focusing on the key business drivers such as controlling cost and consumption. Typically we find that businesses can overlook the strong relationship that exists between purchasing prices, consumption and the efficiency and effectiveness of utilisation. Through tailored services that can help any business… Read More

Renewable Energy Has Just Passed a Turning Point

According to BloombergBusiness in the USA: ‘The race for renewable energy has just passed a turning point. The world is now adding more capacity for renewable power each year than coal, natural gas and oil combined. And there’s no going back’. ‘The shift occurred in 2013, when the world added 143 gigawatts of renewable electricity… Read More

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