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Actual versus Forecasted Data used in Long-Term Energy Plan

The Actual versus Forecasted Data used in the Long-Term Energy Plan compares actual results at year-end to the forecasted values in the Long-Term Energy Plan 2013 (LTEP), which was released by the Ministry of Energy in December 2013, for electricity supply, demand, conservation, cost of electricity service and emissions.

2013 Actual versus Forecasted Data used in the Long-Term Energy Plan 

2014 Actual versus Forecasted Data used in the Long-Term Energy Plan 

A series of six modules provides a summary of assumptions and a breakdown, by category, of the facts and figures underpinning the LTEP. The modules were developed in conjunction with a summary of the assumptions used in the development of the LTEP. To access the underlying data associated with all tables and charts the LTEP, see the Consolidated Figures and Data Tables report.

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