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Growing list of EVs for government agencies to choose from 30 October 2019

The addition of two more Electric Vehicle (EV) suppliers on the All-of-Government (AoG) Motor Vehicles contract will give government agencies more choice as they work towards having an emissions free government fleet, John Ivil, General Manager New Zealand Government Procurement and Property announced today.

Energy in New Zealand 2019 released 16 October 2019

The amount of electricity generated from non-renewable sources fell last year despite a rise in coal-fired generation to cope with a constrained gas supply according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s latest annual energy report.

Consumers set to benefit through Government’s response to Electricity Price 03 October 2019

Consumers are set to benefit from several recommendations from the Electricity Price Review which have been accepted by the Government.

Green paper on hydrogen released 02 September 2019

Energy and Resources Minister Dr Megan Woods has released a Green Paper about a vision for hydrogen in New Zealand that seeks feedback from stakeholders.

Consultation opens on draft Minerals and Petroleum Resource Strategy 27 August 2019

A draft Minerals and Petroleum Resource Strategy which seeks to support the transition to low emissions future, while building a productive, sustainable and inclusive economy has been released for public consultation by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Petroleum Reserves data released 13 June 2019

Details of New Zealand’s petroleum reserves as they stand at the beginning of 2019 have been released today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment.

Electricity generation mix affected by gas constraints 13 June 2019

A constrained gas supply during the first quarter of 2019 led to a rise in coal-fired electricity generation, according to the New Zealand Energy Quarterly released today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.