Harnessing New Zealand's Resources for Sustainable Energy
Great news for New Zealand energy saving efforts!
Click here to read the whole article."Power demand is not increasing and has actually decreased over the past three years as people take up new energy-efficient technologies," said Mr Carey, who is a geothermal resource management specialist for GNS Science, based at the Wairakei Research Centre. "The expectation in the industry is that the next large generation plant will probably be around the end of this decade and maybe a little bit later." And while that would probably be geothermal there was "no rush" to get the next plant up and running."
Let's keep it up!
From our first month taking part in Torque IP's EMAS programme, we were able to make savings, and student response was very positive. We all enjoyed the fact that we were working together to create a more energy efficient atmosphere at RGHS. Monthly outcomes were also proving to be financially positive for the school, which became another beneficial factor.
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