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Solar Power Funding From The Hawkes Bay Council

Solar Power Funding From The Hawkes Bay Council

The Hawkes Bay Regional Council recently announced an initiative to assist homeowners with funding for solar power system installations. No other council in New Zealand has stepped up to(...)

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Get To Know SEANZ (Solar & Battery Assoc.) & The Work They Do Behind The Scenes

Get To Know SEANZ (Solar & Battery Assoc.) & The Work They Do Behind The Scenes

SEANZ, the Sustainable Electricity Association New Zealand are the industry association for solar power, battery storage, and related technologies. SEANZ form the new energy era for(...)

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Power Price Increases Are A Good Reason To Go Solar

Power Price Increases Are A Good Reason To Go Solar

Ever increasing power bills are pushing many New Zealanders to re-think how they want to use electricity, and who they want to pay for it. Like a Trojan horse at the gate, Solar Power is(...)

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Unison Lines Company Decides to Tax Solar Power users, Despite Risk of Backlash

Unison Lines Company Decides to Tax Solar Power users, Despite Risk of Backlash

Efficient solar technologies have been making serious headway over the last few years, and while some New Zealand lines companies are embracing the change, others are grasping at straws,(...)

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Green Party's Solar Bill

Green Party's Solar Bill

Hearing the news of a proposed amendment to the Electricity Industry Act courtesy of Green's MP Gareth Hughes, a collective sigh of relief could almost be heard across New Zealand. For far too long everyday Kiwis have been under the thumb of fossil fuel(...)

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Meridian Cuts Solar Power Buy Back Rates

Meridian Cuts Solar Power Buy Back Rates

As of today, Meridian is heavily reducing their buy-back price for solar power.  The price has been 25 cents per kWh for the first 5kWh exported to the grid in a day, then it dropped down to 10 cents per kWh thereafter.  The cut brings the price down to 7 cents per(...)

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The Green Party’s 'Solar in Schools' Election Priority

The Green Party’s 'Solar in Schools' Election Priority

Great news, friends! Today the Green Party announced a new environmental policy called 'Solar in Schools' during an assembly at Laingholm School in Auckland. Over the next three years(...)

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Green Party's Solar Power Homes Policy Launch

Green Party's Solar Power Homes Policy Launch

Could the time for free energy for New Zealanders be drawing closer?

The recent solar power policy annoucement by the Green Party in New Zealand is an initiative that proposes,(...)

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