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  • 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

Drought threat creates demand for alternative energy sources

  Geothermal generation supplied nearly 20% of New Zealand’s total electricity last week – a substantial rise from the average 7% contribution from this energy source. The spike in demand was due to lower than average output from thermal and hydro generation, caused by power station outages in December and low inflow levels in the… Read More

College spends 44% less on waste and cuts through contract fine print

  Earlier this year Tamaki College’s executive officer, Neil McEnteer had no hesitation in handing over the school’s waste contract to Total Utilities for review.  Since his first dealings with the utilities experts in 2012, Neil had seen the college benefit from significant savings across electricity, gas and telecoms bills. He remembers being quietly confident… Read More

Five ways to save money on waste

Jonathan Gardiner shares some ways to save money on waste management at your organisation: How full are your bins? If bins are regularly being picked up half or two thirds full consider increasing the size of your bin to reduce the number of pick-ups and cut transport and tipping charges. Are you paying for pick-ups… Read More

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