They are CEO Tim Duignan and Grant Chorvat (at left), General Manager Assets and Operations. But the Electrical Trades Union also has a bone to pick with Essential Services Minister Dale Wakefield who a source says has been the mouthpiece for Territory Generation spin, pointing to a clipping (pictured) from the company's newsletter.
UPDATE 3.20pm: Statement from Minister Wakefield –We have facilitated discussions between Territory Generation and the Electrical Trade Union on concerns raised with the transition from Ron Goodin Power Station to the Owen Springs Power Station.
We will continue to work with Ron Goodin Power Station (RGPS) employees and the independent consultant chosen by the Electrical Trades Union to minimise impacts of the transition from RGPS to OSPS.
UPDATE Oct 16, 1.20pm: TGen’s CEO Tim Duignan: Owen Springs Power Station expansion project, including the substation expansion, was completed for $72.9m.