The Power Shift


Energy independence created by solar, batteries, analytics and management systems is compelling. Thats consumer centric electricity. SEANZ members deliver value and certainty for consumers providing choice with personalised energy services. SEANZ and its members place consumers first. 
 
SEANZ develops industry capacity and capability - managing standards to new business model thinking and innovation.
 

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The benefits of solar have been focused on savings for consumers and the environment

A report from the US Department of Energy reveals job
creation as another major benefit. What would that look like for New Zealand?

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The True Benefit of Solar PV and Batteries to New Zealand:

MBIE modelling shows that solar and batteries will become the norm. By 2040 New Zealand solar households could have saved $3.4 billion and the benefits are for ALL consumers.

Solar households have saved NZ $860,000 in avoided GHG emissions. Further savings total over NZ$0.5 billion

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Consumers

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The SEANZ Solar Optimiser is near... Optimiser calculates and shows you how to maximise an investment in solar 

SEANZ Members

An Auckland Members meeting is being held 19th April to address market based points. For further information please contact Rebecca

SEANZ appoints another Industry Liason. Dwayne Cocker joins the team as new Liaison contact

Inverter standard AS/NZS4777.1 has been amended BUT is not being implemented until cited in regulation mid 2017. The current inverter standard is applicable in NZ. Some lines companies may insist on using the new standard. Should this occur please contact SEANZ. 

New battery standards from Standards Australia/NZ are being developed and the DRAFT will be availabe in April 2017 for consultation. The standard takes account of risk through mitigation, as the safety factor is important as is the practical component of implementation. SEANZ encourages all members to have their say - download the DRAFT and comment.