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Postponed - Exploring New Zealand's Hydrogen Potential

1 Sep 2021 | Wellington

Join us to hear Mike Fuge, CEO at Contact Energy and Guy Waipara, General Manager Development at Meridian Energy, provide insights into their collaboration, feasibility study and proposed development of the world’s first large-scale green hydrogen plant in the lower South Island.

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New Zealand Energy Scenarios TIMES-NZ 2.0 Agriculture Sector Webinar and Energy Sector Highlights

30 Jul 2021 |

As we transition to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, policy makers, investors and consumers are searching for tools to help them manage risks and seize opportunities. The updated New Zealand Energy Scenarios Times-NZ 2.0 will help New Zealanders think about our energy future and the range of trade-offs and choices we might face.

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New Zealand Energy Scenarios TIMES-NZ 2.0 Electricity Sector Webinar

23 Jul 2021 |

As we transition to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, policy makers, investors and consumers are searching for tools to help them manage risks and seize opportunities. The updated New Zealand Energy Scenarios Times-NZ 2.0 will help New Zealanders think about our energy future and the range of trade-offs and choices we might face.

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New Zealand Energy Scenarios TIMES-NZ 2.0 Residential and Commercial Sectors Webinar

16 Jul 2021 |

As we transition to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, policy makers, investors and consumers are searching for tools to help them manage risks and seize opportunities. The updated New Zealand Energy Scenarios Times-NZ 2.0 will help New Zealanders think about our energy future and the range of trade-offs and choices we might face.

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New Zealand Energy Scenarios TIMES-NZ 2.0 Transport Sector Webinar

9 Jul 2021 |

As we transition to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, policy makers, investors and consumers are searching for tools to help them manage risks and seize opportunities. The updated New Zealand Energy Scenarios Times-NZ 2.0 will help New Zealanders think about our energy future and the range of trade-offs and choices we might face.

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New Zealand Energy Scenarios TIMES-NZ 2.0 Industrial Sector Webinar

2 Jul 2021 |

As we transition to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, policy makers, investors and consumers are searching for tools to help them manage risks and seize opportunities. The updated New Zealand Energy Scenarios Times-NZ 2.0 will help New Zealanders think about our energy future and the range of trade-offs and choices we might face.

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BEC Lunchtime Seminar: Certifying Renewable Energy

3 Jun 2021 |

To meet the growing demand for renewable energy and to help reduce emissions from energy use, we need more energy that users can be confident is from renewable sources. Energy users also need ways to validate claims about the energy content of their goods and services, particularly in exports.

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Launching the updated Times-NZ Energy Scenarios

25 May 2021 |

EECA and BEC invite you to the launch of the updated Times-NZ model. The Hon James Shaw, Minister for Climate Change will be joining us to open the launch.

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BEC Seminar: NZ's Energy Future and the Role of Gas

15 Apr 2021 |

The energy sector must change as we look for pathways towards net-zero carbon emissions. Gas will play an important role to ensure the security and affordability of energy, and support the transition to a more sustainable energy future.

BusinessNZ Energy Council are delighted to invite you to our next lunchtime seminar, a panel discussion about New Zealand's energy future and the role of gas.

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BEC's Annual Breakfast with the Minister

11 Feb 2021 |

BusinessNZ Energy Council in conjunction with Meridian Energy is delighted to invite you to attend our annual breakfast with the Minister of Energy and Resources, Hon Dr Megan Woods.

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