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Energy Use Survey: Services sector 2010
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  13 October 2011
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Upcoming releases

New Zealand's Energy Use Survey: 2011 figures will be released in October 2012.

The release calendar lists all our upcoming information releases by date of release.

Past releases

See New Zealand Energy Use Survey – Information releases for more information on our previous releases.

Related information

See Information about the survey for a detailed description of New Zealand Energy Use Survey.

Visit DataInfo+ for more information on our surveys, as well as PDF copies of our questionnaires and forms. 

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority – provides information on understanding and overcoming the barriers to being more energy efficient and using more renewable energy.

Ministry of Economic Development - Energy Data – provides information on supply and demand of energy by fuel types, pricing information and energy balance tables.

BRANZ - Building Energy End-use Survey – The BEES study, undertaken by BRANZ, monitors and analyses energy (and water) use within entire non-residential buildings. This differs from the Energy Use Survey, which analyses energy use by entire organisations (which may be spread over several buildings, or may be sharing a building).

Christchurch Agency for Energy – CAfE was set up to analyse energy use in Christchurch, and introduce energy saving and sustainability initiatives. CAfE has some data related to the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes and energy use through that time. Data collected for the Energy Use Survey does not provide accurate regional estimates, and due to the timing of the collection may not include energy use at the time of the earthquakes.

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