BEC’s final newsletter for 2022
Are we learning enough about energy transitions - COP-27? Travelling around the world - physically and virtually - to discuss energy challenges and changes, is a huge privilege.
Drop 'reactive' debate to solve trilemma - BEC Panel WEC must stop picking and choosing which part of the energy trilemma they respond to, according to speakers at a BusinessNZ Energy Council panel discussion in Wellington this week.
43% of energy leaders report seeing greater fragmentation in global approaches to the energy transition as new and cascading crises affect energy systems and consumers worldwide.
The National Infrastructure Pipeline provides a forward view of planned infrastructure projects in New Zealand.
The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) congratulates member Unison Networks for winning the Low-Carbon Future Award at the 2022 Energy Excellence Awards
The BusinessNZ Energy Council welcomes two new Co-Chairs of the Young Energy Professionals Network.
The World Energy Council has released the results from its April World Energy Pulse.
To meet the growing demand for renewable energy and to help reduce emissions from energy use, we need more energy that users can be confident is from renewable sources.
This month we are delighted to team up with Genesis to host the Minister of Energy and Resources, Hon Dr Megan Woods.
Welcome to our first newsletter for 2022. We hope you had a safe and relaxing holiday. 2022 is the year to deliver.
This month we launch our annual Energy Issues survey, inviting energy leaders across the globe for their perspectives to help us deliver our mission of delivering better energy for all.