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Forestry-to-biomass may fuel South Island regional energy needs

The Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority reports the top of the South Island could supply 72% of its needs with biomass energy by 2037, transforming regional energy dynamics.

Liam Rātana Wed, 06 Dec 2023

Biomass could become a major energy source, with regions at the top of the South Island showcasing a model for others, according to a Crown entity. 

The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority's (EECA) latest report, under the Regional Energy Transition Accelerator (RETA) programme, projects

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Liam Rātana Wed, 06 Dec 2023
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