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Governing Interest: There is some consensus among political parties on renewable energy and reducing red tape, but competing visions remain on how to manage decarbonisation.

Consenting processes for renewable energy are a common focus of party policy.

Tim Hunter Tue, 12 Sep 2023

With the odd exception, there is common ground among the main political parties on the importance of renewable energy in New Zealand’s future.

Beyond that, they still find room for fundamental disagreement and radically opposing visions.

Here is National’s energy spokesperson Stuart Smith:

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