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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They Are Us

Our thoughts are with those impacted by the Christchurch terror attacks, the victims, their families, our Christchurch members and community, and everyone struggling to come to terms with this horrendous act.

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New Zealand's largest solar energy system on a school opens at Kaitaia College

The largest solar energy system on a school in New Zealand was officially opened in a ceremony today at Kaitaia College.  Te Tai Tokerau MP, Hon. Kelvin Davis, unveiled a plaque to acknowledge completion of the 368-panel project which is spread across the rooftop of multiple buildings on the school campus.

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Shell purchases battery maker Sonnen

Global petroleum giant Shell has announced it will take over German home battery company Sonnen, as part of its strategy of investing in renewable technologies.

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New Marlborough solar scheme could inspire others

A new Marlborough programme to make finance accessible for solar technology could be reproduced around the country, Sustainable Energy Association of New Zealand chairman Brendan Winitana says.

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Transpower solar report shows it is time for strong leadership on energy

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Transpower solar report shows it is time for strong leadership on energy

Transpower’s latest report on the future of electricity has busted myths and paved the way for government and the electricity sector to work together to enable the important role solar and batteries can play in building a more resilient, clean, affordable, and reliable energy system. 

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VECTOR TO EXPLORE BENEFITS OF VEHICLE-TO-HOME TECHNOLOGY IN PIHA COMMUNITY

Auckland’s popular west coast surfing mecca Piha Beach will soon become home to a cutting-edge trial into the broader customer benefits of electric vehicle (EV) technology.

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