A Governing Committee oversees the OtagoNet Joint Venture and is made up of representatives from the network owners, The Power Company Limited and Electricity Invercargill Limited.
Their role includes determining policy; approving the Strategic Plan, Business Plan and Asset Management Plan; monitoring performance, reporting to shareholders and ensuring that the network complies with relevant legislation.
The following members make up the Govering Committee.
Duncan Fea BCom
Duncan is a principal with Crowe Horwath based in Queenstown. He has broad business experience including corporate governance and recovery and advises both New Zealand and overseas clients on their commercial affairs. Duncan is a past Director of Pioneer Generation Limited and Queenstown Airport Corporation Limited.
Duncan is a Director of The Power Company Limited and a member of the OtagoNet Joint Venture Governing Committee.
Duncan is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors.
Doug Fraser BSc (Chemistry)
Doug farms sheep and dairy cows on 595 hectares in Western Southland. He is a Chair of Otago Power Services Limited, Member of the OtagoNet Joint Venture Governing Committee and Director of The Power Company Limited.
Doug is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors.
Ross was appointed to the Board of OtagoNet in 2016 and PowerNet in November 2003. In 2015 Ross was appointed Chair of the PowerNet Board.
In July 2014, after 22 years in the role, he stepped down from the position as Chief Executive of SBS Bank to concentrate on his Directors roles. At the same time he relinquished his Directors positions at SBS Bank, Finance Now Limited, Funds Administration NZ Limited and Southsure Assurance Limited.
Ross is a Member of the Institute of Directors.