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Genesis, major users to drive 2021 renewables growth

Gavin Evans
Mon, 11 Jan 2021

Gavin Evans
Mon, 11 Jan 2021
Genesis Energy and a group of the country’s biggest industrial players look set to underpin the country’s renewable electricity development through 2021.Genesis, already benefiting from lower-cost power supplies from the newly built Waipipi wind farm near Waverley, is keen to access more renewable electricity as part of a strategy to shift its gas and coal-fired generation assets at Huntly into more of a back-up role.A handful of heavy industry players, including Fonterra, New Zealand Steel, and Oji Fibre Solutions, have also been w...

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