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    Submission on the Zero Carbon Bill

    8 Aug 2018 | BusinessNZ

    BusinessNZ welcomes the Ministry for the Environment's discussion document on the proposed Zero Carbon Bill.

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    Innovation, decarbonisation on agenda for Asia Pacific energy summit

    23 Jul 2018 | Energy News – by Joshua Riddiford

    The key disruptive trends facing the energy industry - digitalisation, decentralisation and decarbonisation - lead the agenda at this year's Asia Pacific Energy Leaders summit.
    The event will bring together representatives from governments from across the region as well as executives from leading energy and technology organisations including the Edison Electric Institute and Amazon.

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    BEC2060 Energy Scenarios – TIMES-NZ 1.0

    18 Jul 2018 | BusinessNZ

    Building on the success of the BEC2050 energy scenarios the BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) and public and private partners have commissioned a comprehensive model of New Zealand’s entire energy sector. The TIMES model is being developed by the Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland’s largest federally funded research institute, and modeller for the World Energy Council’s scenarios. Auckland University, through the Business School’s Energy Centre, will host and maintain the model to provide insights to those working in academia and research fields. It will also be accessible on commercial terms to those who wish to use it.

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    Submission on the Productivity Commission's Climate Change Inquiry

    2 Jul 2018 | BusinessNZ

    BusinessNZ is pleased to have the opportunity to provide a submission to the Productivity Commission (the ‘Commission’) on its draft report entitled ‘Low-emissions economy’, dated April 2018.

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    Submission on NZ’s priorities in the international climate change negotiations

    3 Apr 2018 | BusinessNZ

    The BusinessNZ Energy Council (the ‘BEC’) is pleased to have the opportunity to provide a submission to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade on New Zealand’s priorities in the international climate change negotiations.

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    BEC2050 Energy Scenarios – MARKEL

    1 Jan 2010 | BusinessNZ

    The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is working alongside a range of businesses, government, academics and NGOs to build a picture of what might influence our future energy mix by 2050.

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    New Zealand Energy Scenarios

    1 Jan 2010 | BusinessNZ

    New Zealand, and the rest of the world, is facing rapidly changing energy needs and an uncertain future. There are energy related headlines hitting the media every day.

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    Deep Dive Energy and Transport Emissions

    1 Jan 2010 | BusinessNZ

    New Zealand is a world leader in renewable electricity – currently 4th in the OECD for renewable penetration, with 80% of our electricity coming from hydro, geothermal, wind, and biomass.

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    Deep Dive Into Energy Targets

    1 Jan 2010 | BusinessNZ

    New Zealand is a world leader in renewable electricity – currently 4th in the OECD for renewable penetration, with 80% of our electricity coming from hydro, geothermal, wind, and biomass.

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    Energy Briefing 2017

    1 Jan 2010 | BusinessNZ

    The ‘energy trilemma’, the balancing of affordability, security and environmental sustainability outcomes, has been successfully embedded into the New Zealand energy conversation since we raised it in our 2014 Energy Briefing. It serves as a useful lens through which to view the effectiveness of past policies and a way to think about new challenges and opportunities. The energy sector is being transformed at an unprecedented pace by three reinforcing trends affecting the supply and demand of energy – decarbonisation, digitalisation and decentralisation - opportunities that allow policy makers and investors to address the energy trilemma.

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