Join us for an exclusive online session with Michael Cohen, bp’s Chief US Economist and Head of Oil Analysis who will share with us some insights into the outlook for global energy markets out to 2050 and the key uncertainties surrounding the energy transition.
Come and hear our new Senior Policy Advisor, Emily Calvert, give an overview of the trilemma results and emerging insights from the transition radar. The World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Index has become part of the energy dialogue with many politicians and industry participants talking about energy equity, energy security and environmental sustainability in the lead up to this year’s election.
Come and hear the spokespeople from six political parties, outline the respective climate change, energy and transport policies they want to implement, if on the Treasury benches following the general election in September.
New Zealand Green Hydrogen Modelling Presentation to Business Energy Council
New Zealand Hydrogen Strategy
Hear Andreas Heuser and Mark Pick sharing some of the key outputs of MBIE’s economic modelling on green hydrogen production in New Zealand
To understand the roles for renewable energy in New Zealand and
how that might be delivered.
To understand the roles for renewable energy in New Zealand and how that might be delivered.
Vector Powersmart –
Pacific solar and battery systems and learnings to increase renewables in New Zealand
A breakfast webinar with Infratec’s Power Systems Engineer and Energy Storage Specialist, Dr Andrew Crossland
Join us for a session with Infratec’s Power Systems Engineer and Energy Storage Specialist, Dr Andrew Crossland who will look at some of the work undertaking in the Pacific.
There are growing calls to the government to not lose the environmental gains we’ve made through weeks of lockdown. Instead they should use the 2020 Budget to take the opportunity to invest in future sustainability. BusinessNZ Energy Council’s Tina Schirr says there’s a big case for creating more sustainable options. Professor Alan Brent from Victoria University of Wellington says every time there has been a massive reduction in energy consumption because of a crisis, immediately after there is a massive spike. Economist Professor Ilan Noy says democratic governments are worried they will be perceived to be using the crisis as a cover to push long term agendas that doesn’t have popular support. Climate Change Minister James Shaw points out the climate challenges don’t go away because of the Covid-19 crisis.