New Zealand


Solar PV and batteries in New Zealand – consumer centric electricity

New Zealand households are now enthusiastically adopting new energy technologies – from energy efficient appliances, to household solar photovoltaics (PV) and demand management systems, and more recently, household batteries. This is changing the dynamics of the established electricity system, and while some utilities are taking advantage of the new opportunities, […]


Solar PV and batteries in New Zealand – consumer centric electricity

New Zealand households are now enthusiastically adopting new energy technologies – from energy efficient appliances, to household solar photovoltaics (PV) and demand management systems, and more recently, household batteries. This is changing the dynamics of the established electricity system, and while some utilities are taking advantage of the new opportunities, […]


New Zealand on its way to 90 percent renewables

Energy Excelerator is helping New Zealand reach its goal of 90 percent renewables by 2025. America’s leading cleantech incubator, based in Honolulu, Hawaii, Energy Excelerator is partnering with Vector, New Zealand’s largest distributor of energy to give the utility access to Energy Excelerator’s broad portfolio of cleantech companies and a […]


Taking charge in electricity research in New Zealand

A team of researchers from Auckland, Canterbury, Otago and Wellington universities is exploring the future of electricity and consumption in New Zealand. The GREEN Grid project, funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation, Employment, will explore the potential development of a smart grid to incorporate information and communications technology into […]