Port Taranaki to be scoped for future offshore wind industry

Port Taranaki to be scoped for future offshore wind industry
An offshore wind farm in Germany using Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners tech. (Image: Supplied)
Greg Hurrell
The development of an offshore wind industry in New Zealand has received a boost with a new agreement on developing Port Taranaki for future ventures.The Taranaki Offshore Partnership (TOP) has signed an agreement with Port Taranaki and global offshore wind company BlueFloat Energy (BFE) to work out how the port can serve as a hub for the industry.TOP is a joint venture between the NZ Super Fund and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.The port has long been the service hub for the Taranaki offshore oil and gas industry.The agreement is for...

More Editor's Picks

Penlink: where tolling rhetoric meets reality
Infrastructure

Penlink: where tolling rhetoric meets reality

NZTA wants to toll the new highway. Simeon Brown has yet to say yes.

Oliver Lewis 22 Jul 2024
Gas supply a slow motion trainwreck: Pan Pac
Editor's Picks

Gas supply a slow motion trainwreck: Pan Pac

'Crisis is only warming up', says Pan Pac timber processor boss.

Ian Llewellyn 22 Jul 2024
Analysts diverge on Ryman outlook
Property

Analysts diverge on Ryman outlook

There is a gap of nearly $3 between Jarden and ForBarr's 12-month target prices.

Gregor Thompson 19 Jul 2024
Update: ComCom declines clearance for Serato deal
Law & Regulation

Update: ComCom declines clearance for Serato deal

Watchdog says merger could have lessened competition. 

Rebecca Howard 18 Jul 2024