Presentation by Quintin Tahau providing an overview of Transpower’s demand response (DR) initiative.
Promoting sustainable energy for the benefit of all. Slideshow presented by Rob Whitney on 17 February 2013.
The former Energy Federation of NZ (now BusinessNZ Energy Federation) produced this publication to provide a balanced and forward-looking view of the energy research required to transform New Zealand’s energy systems. It is intended as a guide to investment, and to direct research toward that which will provide efficient and effective use of New Zealand’s limited research resources.
Slideshow presented by Maria van der Hoeven’s at the Future Energy Trends event held by BusinessNZ Energy Council and Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Victoria University of Wellington’s Professor Alan Brent assesses how well New Zealand is doing with the trinity of energy priorities necessary to tackle global warming.
Countries should prioritise domestic emissions reductions over international credits, according to New Zealand’s Climate Change Minister James Shaw.
In this week’s Q+A Business Podcast Corin Dann talks to Christoph Frei, Secretary General and CEO of the World Energy Council.
While Government MPs yesterday were defending the offshore petroleum exploration ban during a debate in Parliament, one of the world’s top energy experts was at a conference in the capital warning of the need to maintain balance in energy policies.
Rapidly evolving technologies may deliver household energy options in coming decades that can barely be imagined, a conference of industry executives heard yesterday.
On the mitigation front I have been heartened by attending the Business NZ Energy Council’s Asia Pacific Energy Leaders Summit. Given the current scale of technological change, the transition to renewable energy seems doable without having to return to living in caves.
The Cook Islands prime minister has urged the international community not to be deterred by a minority of countries reluctant to decarbonise.
Henry Puna gave a speech Thursday at the Asia Pacific Energy Leaders’ Summit in Wellington.
World energy leaders are meeting at Te Papa for the Asia Pacific energy sector’s biannual Energy Leader’s Summit.
World Energy Council Secretary-General Christoph Frei talks to Kathryn Ryan about navigating the three main drivers for change in the energy sector: decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation, and how electricity is the new oil.