19 May 2016
The Aotearoa Wave and Tidal Energy Association (AWATEA) is hosting it's 10th annual conference on marine energy.
18 April 2013 to 19 April 2013
Solar generation is tipped to play an increasingly important part in meeting New Zealand's future electricity needs.
Right now, millions of cubic metres of biogas either gets flared off, or wafts downwind to annoy the neighbours. But that gas could be generating electricity, powering vehicles and balancing our trade deficit at the same time, finds Dave Hansford.
Much of our electricity now comes from rain and wind, but, asks Greta Shirley, can they keep the lights on in a changing climate?