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Coal to clean: GIDI fund to reduce emissions from industrial heat

PM addressed press at Chelsea Sugar Factory today, saying 66 projects funded so far expected to cut annual emissions by 391 thousand tonnes.

Prime Minister Chris Hipkins speaks with press at the Chelsea Sugar Factory.

Brent Edwards Thu, 20 Apr 2023

Fifteen more businesses will get government money to help them switch from using coal boilers for industrial heat to cleaner technologies.

Prime Minister Chris Hipkins and Energy Minister Dr Megan Woods were at the New Zealand Sugar Company in Auckland today to announce the latest recipients of the

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