Process Heat in New Zealand: Opportunities and barriers to lowering emissions
closedSubmissions closed: 22 February 2019, 5pm
In January 2019 we released a technical paper inviting submissions on Process Heat in New Zealand: Opportunities and barriers to lowering emissions.
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We are working with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority on the Process Heat in New Zealand (PHiNZ) initiative. PHiNZ is looking into the opportunities for, and barriers to, improving the energy efficiency of process heat and increasing the input of renewable energy.
View the technical paper:
MBIE received a total of 71 submissions on the matters raised in the technical paper.
Feedback on that paper will inform the development of the Government’s plan to ensure we have the regulatory and policy settings we need to transition to greater renewable energy.
View the submissions on the process heat technical paper consultation(external link)