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    New energy sector model for New Zealand

    26 Apr 2018 | BusinessNZ

    The energy sector is taking the lead in developing a model for its own future. The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) and public and private partners have commissioned a comprehensive model of New Zealand’s entire energy sector. BEC Chair David Caygill says the energy sector is critically important to New Zealand, and decisions for the future should be based on the best available information and analysis.

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    The Big Issues For energy

    19 Apr 2018 | BusinessNZ

    What are the big issues keeping our energy leaders awake at night and busy by day? The 2018 World Energy Council’s Issue Maps show how decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation are now defining trends. Digitalisation is one of the biggest movers in the issues monitor findings over the last...

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    BEC NEWSLETTER - April 2018

    12 Apr 2018 | BusinessNZ

    The principle of supplier and technology neutrality is paramount as we consider regulatory changes. Energy systems are complex and interconnected. Government intervention to alter competitive market signals should be undertaken with caution. Policies that allow or force non-competitive outcomes (such as delivering a particular type of generation, technology, resource availability or fuel-type use) will shift investment patterns to the country’s overall detriment.

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    Petroleum ban - wrong tool for right goal

    12 Apr 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Banning new oil and gas exploration is a crude and unnecessary way to achieve emissions reduction goals and blights New Zealand’s entire energy sector, says the BusinessNZ Energy Council.

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    BEC NEWSLETTER - March 2018

    1 Mar 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Unlocking greater consumer choice and participation requires efficient price signals that fully internalise and reflect costs. Without this, innovation cannot hope to deliver the outcomes sought, nor can appropriate investment decisions be made, including how to maintain system security. Consumers benefit most where prices reflect costs and the widest possible competition for new energy products and services is encouraged.

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    Businesses struggle with pace of digital change

    27 Feb 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Howell, former Goldman Sachs investment banker, says that rate of change is faster than incumbent businesses can react. Over time, the space between technology change and business change creates an “opportunity gap” for new models to exploit.

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    Presentations

    1 Jan 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Presentations

    BusinessNZ Energy Council

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    Publications

    1 Jan 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Publications

    BusinessNZ Energy Council

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    Breaking boundaries - The changing role of technology

    22 Feb 2018 | BusinessNZ

    In an increasingly data driven world, one where technology innovation has little respect for traditional industry boundaries, the energy sector needs to rethink its traditional business model. We have heard Lawrence (Larry) M. Howell sharing his experience and insights on the evolution of technology and its drivers. Larry also discussed his perspectives on what technology will flourish or fail and why, and on the role of government in the encouragement of new innovative technology.

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    BEC NEWSLETTER - February 2018

    12 Feb 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Back to business! 2018 will require all of our energy as we are running a schedule full of projects this year. Amongst other things, together with our members, we will be kicking off a new BEC scenario project, hosting a major international conference and shaping New Zealand's energy agenda.

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