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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 14/11/2003   
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From 30 June 2001 to 30 June 2002, sales of electricity in Tasmania increased by 102.4 million kWh (1.1%), from 9,443.8 million kWh to 9,546.2 million kWh.

At 30 June 2002, major industrial power installations in Tasmania consumed the largest proportion of electricity, 5,936.4 million kWh (62.2% of all Aurora Energy sales). This was followed by commercial installations, 959.9 million kWh (10.1% of all Aurora Energy sales) and residential light and power installations, 938.4 million kWh (9.8% of all Aurora Energy sales).

For more information, go to the Aurora Energy web site, http://www.auroraenergy.com.au


AURORA ENERGY SALES, Tasmania(a)(b)

2000(b)
2001(b)
2002(b)

Use
million kWh
million kWh
million kWh

Residential light and power
863.2
901.2
938.4
Industrial
759.6
778.9
749.1
Hot water and space heating
774.5
790.1
792.3
Off peak
199.6
198.1
181.2
Commercial (including bulk)
925.7
941.7
959.9
Unbilled electricity
-24.5
-3.5
-15.0
Internal use
3.1
3.0
3.8
Major industrial
5,847.0
5,834.3
5,936.4
Total
9,348.0
9,443.8
9,546.2

(a) Figures do not include Bass Strait islands.
(b) At 30 June.

Source: Aurora Energy Annual Report, 2001-2002 (available at the Aurora web site, http://www.auroraenergy.com.au).


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