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One of New Zealand's largest and longest established engineering works has taken a step into the future.In a marriage of old and new, A&G Price, a historical foundry in Thames, have installed 1016 solar panels.Passers-by may have noticed the large scaffolding stretching...
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A University of Waikato PhD student plans to harness the power of New Zealand’s coastlines to provide affordable, clean and sustainable electricity using wave power.Danielle Bertram, originally from South Africa, has been studying the ocean’s potential to generate renewa...
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Auckland Transport (AT) is buying New Zealand’s first hydrogen fuel cell bus – and it will be built right here in New Zealand.Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says, “Transport emissions account for 47 per cent of Auckland’s total carbon emissions, so it’s critical that we ...
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Japanese tyre manufacturer Sumitomo Rubber has developed a small device that sits inside the tyre to capture static electricity created as the tyre rotates.Developed in conjunction with Kansai University in Osaka, the “power generating device” or “Energy Harvester” i...
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New Zealand will need about another 1000 wind turbines to fulfil a government projection of 3390 megawatts of extra wind energy by 2050, Wind Energy Association chief executive Grenville Gaskell says.The biggest hurdle would be the Resource Management Act, but while there wo...
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A Thames school is leading the way in the adoption of sustainable energy, having recently installed solar panels that will keep costs down and kids cosy all winter.Moanataiari School celebrated the start of the chilly season by unveiling 76 new solar panels, becoming th...
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