Complementary technology, batteries and smart apps feature heavily as industry helps consumers access lower costs, reduce emissions and deliver a more resilient energy future
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Greenpeace Proposal the best way to lower electricity prices and lower emissions
Political action required to end energy poverty and hasten transition to clean economy
The Sustainable Energy Association of New Zealand (SEANZ) today fully endorsed the Greenpeace proposal to redirect taxpayer-funded subsidies for fossil fuels and divert them to supporting half a million homes install solar and batteries.
A report by the University of Auckland Business School has revealed that power generators made an extra $5.4 billion on profits from 2010 to 2016 over and above what they would have if the wholesale electricity market was truly competitive.
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SEANZ welcomes engagement with Electricity Review
Change in thinking required on emerging technologies
SEANZ Chair Brendan Winitana released an opinion editorial articulating the opportunity and the concerns we have with the Electricity Price Review ahead of their report release today. He also spoke to NewsHub's Duncan Garner this morning with a message for review panel and the Minister.
The Electricity Price Review expects to release its first report tomorrow, Tuesday 11 September at 1pm.
Ahead of it's release, Brendan Winitana, Chairman of SEANZ, the Sustainable Energy Association of New Zealand, discusses the issues the review must address.
The NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards, which have been running for 16 years, are the pre-eminent and longest-standing sustainability awards in New Zealand. solarcity have been nominated for the "Revolutionising Energy" award for their solarZero service.
As a supplier and installer please be aware!!
There are a couple of dubious characters right now running around the country approaching mainly SEANZ members about supply of low priced PV modules.
Don’t be fooled – do your homework, if its too good to be true, it is not true!!
They are taking deposits and doing a runner.
A SEANZ member has notified us after smelling the rat and has let us know so we can give you all the heads up.
SEANZ and the Ministry of Education have agreed that only SEANZ member suppliers and installers can supply and install solar PV and related technology to schools in New Zealand.
Transpower are consultating to seek your feedback on ways we can adapt their existing information and investigations process to better incorporate the opportunities offered by Transmission Alternatives (TAs), including distributed generation (DG), to provide services to the grid.