Ambition, urgency needed in renewables thrust - Refining NZ

Gavin Evans
Mon, 11 Mar 2019

By Gavin Evans March 11 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand needs to get its renewables build underway if it is to maximise the economic benefit of shifting industry and transport to lower-carbon energy, Refining NZ chief executive Mike Fuge says. The country has the engineering capability to deliver new projects – everything from wind farms to hydrogen – but risks being held back by policy uncertainty. Firms, including the refinery, are ready, willing and able to invest to help meet the country’s 2050 climate change targets and have the skil...

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