The BusinessNZ Energy Council welcomes two new Co-Chairs of the Young Energy Professionals Network.
The BusinessNZ Energy Council welcomes two new Co-Chairs of the Young Energy Professionals Network (YEPN).
Explaining energy doesn’t have to be complicated. Introducing Energy 101 – a new series from BEC designed to help everyone understand NZ’s energy system. In today’s lesion you’ll meet Helios Energy’s Sarah Tapp, for an intro to solar power and its potential to further diversify renewable energy here.
Join us online to hear from Paul Gleeson, Group Director Sustainability and Managing Director Energy, Aurecon and Felicity Underhill, Director East Australia and New Zealand, Fortescue Future Industries to learn about how your business can manage climate change transition risk.
The World Energy Council has released the results from its April World Energy Pulse.
At the is event we had Meridian Energy and Contact Energy sharing their vision and feasibility study to develop a green hydrogen plant in New Zealand.
The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) says it’s encouraging to see long-term infrastructure planning from the Government, and agrees that more of the same simply won’t cut it.
The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) congratulates New Zealand’s successful appointees to the World Energy Council (WEC) future energy leaders’ programme ( FEL-100).
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.
You’ll be aware that climate change is a key priority for this Government. It’s a threat to our economy, our environment and our everyday lives, so investing in a sustainable energy system will benefit us all, and see us better placed to deal with future shocks, especially as we accelerate our economic recovery from Covid-19.
Minister of Energy and Resources Dr Megan Woods yesterday fronted a speaking event arranged by the Business NZ Energy Council in what has in recent years become somewhat of a Speech from the Throne where the Minister lays out the Government’s energy portfolio thinking and priorities for the year ahead.
We are living through three incredibly disruptive global events at once.With a pandemic now its third year and the war in Ukraine dominating headlines, one could be forgiven for forgetting we are on the cusp of climate disaster.