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We need a resilient energy system that provides energy independence, energy democracy, and protection of our natural environmental resources to help protect future generations

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This requires a New Zealand powered by 100% renewable electricity and a transportation fleet to be 35% electric by 2030

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Infratec Sunergise JV for the Nauru Energy Initiative

In October 2019, Infratec Sunergise JV commissioned a 1.15 MW Solar plant...

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