GM Asset Management
Geoff is responsible for planning, maintenance and operation of the Counties Power distribution network. He joined Counties Power in June 2015 after six years with Wellington Electricity - most recently as General Manager of Network and Operations. His prior industry experience was with Vector and Unison.
GM Field Operations
Dale joined Counties Power in 2015, fresh from 5 years in infrastructure management at Tenix where he had a strong focus on the Powerco contract. His Tenix team of 350 people across 11 North Island depots, provided end-to-end fault response and capital development projects. Dale has a background in telecommunications. He spent 9 years as Head of Operations for Downer EDI where he managed 1600 people across New Zealand. His goal here is a
safe, reliable, cost effective network that services the fast growing
Counties area well.
People and Safety Manager
Responsible for developing the people and competency needed to support the business reach its goal of exceptional business performance, Tracey Kay ensures the Counties Power people strategies align effectively with the organisational goals. Tracey has more than 20 years’ experience in human resources and safety across government, legal, hospitality, logistics and automotive industries – both nationally and internationally.
As General Manager Commercial, Andrew provides commercial and regulatory governance, manages business development and has oversight of IT and the Company’s unregulated businesses (excluding construction). Andrew has 24 years experience in the infrastructure sector, having held management and analytical roles with Telecom, Hamilton International Airport, WEL Networks, TelstraClear, Ministry of Transport and the Electricity Supply Association NZ.
Chief Financial Officer
Conrad joined Counties Power in 2016 from a background in manufacturing and ICT industries where he has worked for both local and multinational companies. Conrad has 17 years’ experience as a Chartered Accountant and he leads the Finance & Procurement function and acts as Company Secretariat. Being a relative newcomer to the power industry his goal is to learn as much as possible about the sector while applying his previous knowledge and experience.