The energy industry is an innovative area under constant development and debate. This blog is dedicated to exploring industry initiatives and change.
MPs in the Transport and Infrastructure select committee were unprepared and almost unwilling to challenge Meridian on their 2021 performance.
Aotearoa's unique renewable energy situation, provided by current hydro-electricity generators, has the potential to truely embody a clean green ideal.
The impact of dry weather on hydro generation for one of Aotearoa's largest electricity generators, Mercury, is affecting their profit forecast by around $15m.
Origin Energy has plans for the coal-fired power plant in the Hunter region of New South Wales that once completed, could be four times bigger than the Tesla Battery in South Australia.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk states that electricity consumption will double if the world’s car fleets are electrified, increasing the need to expand solar energy generating sources.
Reporter Adam Branson states that Covid-19 has negatively impacted the overall cost of energy prices due to the decrease demand for solar and the increase cost of panels.
Written by Olivia Wannan, this article explains how converting more of our countries power generation to ‘greener’ alternatives will provide greater benefit than “deep energy retrofit’s” to office spaces.
An article by Rod Drury proposes a future for New Zealand that is innovative and ambitious; a new world in which our country can emerge as a world-leader in big ideas!
With New Zealands’ legal commitment to zero carbon by 2050 – the way we build and operate buildings is more important than ever; change is required, writes Jennifer Campbell.
Unison chief executive Ken Sutherland goes into detail about the rapid changes happening within the energy sector; identifying three trends leading this change.