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|Period start||Region ID||Region||Average region price ($/MWh)||Average reference price ($/MWh)||Average Price||Minimum Price||Lower quartile Price||Median Price||Upper quartile Price||Maximum Price|
|21/03/2023||CNI||Central North Island||91.799782||91.799782||0.0100||11.163125||98.78065||130.424525||242.2354|
|21/03/2023||LNI||Lower North Island||88.675426||88.675426||0.0100||10.913375||97.0735||123.94495||233.7390|
|21/03/2023||LSI||Lower South Island||55.732355||55.732355||0.0100||9.46455||64.87325||91.603625||105.9404|
|21/03/2023||UNI||Upper North Island||100.101932||100.101932||0.0100||11.57515||105.86485||142.380325||266.1700|
|21/03/2023||USI||Upper South Island||59.655676||59.655676||0.0100||9.854575||69.94||99.098075||114.0503|
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