Todd Generation takes stake in Sunergise NZ

Sunergise today announced that Todd Generation has taken a stake in Sunergise NZ to further increase the implementation of solar energy in New Zealand.

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All about the New Zealand Solar Schools Programme

Reprinted with permission of SEANZ member Power Technology

Every school could have a solar array on the roof. Schools are a long term investment in our communities, and solar on the roof of a school enhances this long term investment with impressive guarantees. A solar array produces energy during daylight hours, which is when electricity is needed most in schools. During daylights hours students are in school, which means that electricity is used to assist in educational activities. Long term, a solar array will definitely save a school money on their power expenditure. If a school is not financially able to purchase a large solar array in first instance, they can easily start small and add more solar panels over time. There is a solar solution available for every and any school in New Zealand.

An arial photo of Otonga School showing several buildings with solar panels on the roof.(See above, Otonga School with arrays on several roof areas - Genesis Energy School-gen/Power Technology)

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Canterbury’s Largest Solar Energy System Opens in Kaiapoi

Businesses around the country are rushing to generate their own electricity

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Solar and batteries worth $500m to New Zealand

SEANZ is eagerly awaiting a report from the Electricity Authority (EA) on how they intend to create a pathway for equal access to electricity networks by Distributed Energy Resources (DER). Examples of DER include Solar PV, battery storage, demand response, and also EV charging/discharging from the grid.

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Energy and Resources 2019 Work Programme

The government's energy and resources work programme has a strong emphasis on electrifying the economy and supporting emerging technologies- policies that SEANZ have long lobbied for. 

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SEANZ Media Release - 30Apr19

Press Release For Immediate Use

 

SEANZ clarifies process over EECA Solar Calculator

 

Government agency requested SEANZ expert analysis

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Solar panel prices hit five year low, so are they now worth the investment?

The cost of solar power systems has flat-lined in New Zealand after steadily reducing in price over the past five years.

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SEANZ and World Solar rally to support out-of-pocket consumer

We've been working alongside our generous members World Solar NZ, The Lines Company and also Harvey Norman New Zealand to right the wrongs of a non-SEANZ member now the subject of 10 Commerce Commission complaints.

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Bottled by the sun!

"It makes financial sense, but its also a great story"

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Burning more coal likely outcome of constrained electricity supply

Transpower’s latest weekly security of supply update shows risk levels are at normal but with lower than normal inflows the risk level may be escalated to ‘Watch’ status in the near future.

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