The NZAS-listed wind turbine company Windflow Technology, which has been on thin ice on its finances in recent times, has been censured by the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
A meeting in Invercargill was told that lines company Transpower sees Southland as being pivotal in the future supply of renewable energy.
One market watcher believes Trustpower with its series of small hydro power stations was one of the effective operators in the NZ energy market.
The Carterton area of the Wairarapa is set to become what is being touted as New Zealand’s first solar farm cooperative.
The acquisition of a large block of shares in Tilt Renewables by Mercury NZ has not only seen a new cross pollination of equity in Kiwi energy companies but also resolved a potential headache for Tilt’s original parent Trustpower.
Downer EDI has won a new contract in the renewables sector area, this time building a solar farm in New South Wales.
Shareholders in one of the larger wind farm operators in Australia and New Zealand are seeing what happens to cash flow when the wind stops.
A date has been set for a geothermal asset management seminar in Taupo next month.
Meridian is supporting the draft report of the Productivity Commission and why not. The less competition from nasty fossil fuels the better.
Mother Nature played a major role for Mercury NZ in its operational performance in the March quarter.