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Commerce Commission tentatively approves Transpower and local lines company revenue increases to cater for growth and replacing ageing assets
29th May 24, 11:33am
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Commerce Commission tentatively approves Transpower and local lines company revenue increases to cater for growth and replacing ageing assets
Energy Minister Simeon Brown says plans to shut down New Zealand's only spot market for gas is a matter for the industry
29th May 24, 7:07am
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Energy Minister Simeon Brown says plans to shut down New Zealand's only spot market for gas is a matter for the industry
Resources Minister Shane Jones hopes to increase the value of mineral exports to $2 billion over the next decade, even if it means digging up some conservation land
23rd May 24, 6:28pm
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Resources Minister Shane Jones hopes to increase the value of mineral exports to $2 billion over the next decade, even if it means digging up some conservation land
The Government has been told the supply of natural gas is getting worse
8th May 24, 10:12am
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The Government has been told the supply of natural gas is getting worse
Cold snap causes an earthquake in wholesale electricity prices Wednesday morning
8th May 24, 8:32am
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Cold snap causes an earthquake in wholesale electricity prices Wednesday morning
Charlie Huang explains how China’s green steel push could crush Australia’s dirty iron ore exports
14th Mar 24, 10:26am
by Guest
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Charlie Huang explains how China’s green steel push could crush Australia’s dirty iron ore exports
In his latest polemic, Murray Grimwood accuses those who don't accept his view of the laws of physics of being either innocently ignorant, calculatedly false or cranially flawed
2nd Mar 24, 10:22am
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In his latest polemic, Murray Grimwood accuses those who don't accept his view of the laws of physics of being either innocently ignorant, calculatedly false or cranially flawed
Profits have replaced labour costs as a leading indicator of inflation, Bank for International Settlements working paper says
13th Feb 24, 4:30pm
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Profits have replaced labour costs as a leading indicator of inflation, Bank for International Settlements working paper says
With the Reserve Bank having little choice but to dig its toes in to fight non-tradeable inflation, Gareth Vaughan hopes the Government has an open mind to providing long-term support
8th Feb 24, 5:00am
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With the Reserve Bank having little choice but to dig its toes in to fight non-tradeable inflation, Gareth Vaughan hopes the Government has an open mind to providing long-term support
Murray Grimwood says this year and those to follow will be interesting. But will we change course?
7th Feb 24, 10:37am
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Murray Grimwood says this year and those to follow will be interesting. But will we change course?
The NZ Infrastructure Commission's Geoff Cooper outlines how thinking slowly and acting fast could improve NZ's infrastructure
3rd Feb 24, 9:31am
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The NZ Infrastructure Commission's Geoff Cooper outlines how thinking slowly and acting fast could improve NZ's infrastructure
Newsroom's Rod Oram on the 'deeply, deeply, deeply fascinating experience' of being on the ground at COP28 for the UAE consensus
19th Dec 23, 9:25am
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Newsroom's Rod Oram on the 'deeply, deeply, deeply fascinating experience' of being on the ground at COP28 for the UAE consensus
COP28 missed the chance to set a firm, scientifically-backed benchmark for future fossil fuel use, Alaa Khourdajie, Chris Bataille & Lars Nilsson says
15th Dec 23, 9:47am
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COP28 missed the chance to set a firm, scientifically-backed benchmark for future fossil fuel use, Alaa Khourdajie, Chris Bataille & Lars Nilsson says
Christina Hood explains why New Zealand is one of the easiest countries in the world in which to get to net zero emissions of greenhouse gases
8th Nov 23, 2:30pm
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Christina Hood explains why New Zealand is one of the easiest countries in the world in which to get to net zero emissions of greenhouse gases
Change, along with death & taxes, is a certainty in life with none of us knowing exactly what's around the corner. So Gareth Vaughan's pleased to see at least one central banker is thinking about change
2nd Nov 23, 1:20pm
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Change, along with death & taxes, is a certainty in life with none of us knowing exactly what's around the corner. So Gareth Vaughan's pleased to see at least one central banker is thinking about change
The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent global disruptions have heightened awareness of New Zealand's exposure to them. So in an uncertain world, how well prepared are we for future shocks?
28th Oct 23, 8:30am
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The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent global disruptions have heightened awareness of New Zealand's exposure to them. So in an uncertain world, how well prepared are we for future shocks?
After this winter's close shaves, Transpower warns of more concerns ahead due to the unreliability of wind power
23rd Oct 23, 1:51pm
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After this winter's close shaves, Transpower warns of more concerns ahead due to the unreliability of wind power
New Zealand’s carbon emissions are on the way down – thanks in part to policies now under threat
10th Oct 23, 9:16am
by Guest
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New Zealand’s carbon emissions are on the way down – thanks in part to policies now under threat
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Hydrogen is given a new lease of life in Labour's latest election gambit just two months after getting a thumbs down from cabinet as a back up fuel when renewable energy is running short
25th Sep 23, 6:36pm
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Hydrogen is given a new lease of life in Labour's latest election gambit just two months after getting a thumbs down from cabinet as a back up fuel when renewable energy is running short
Robert Brecha says EV sales growth points to oil demand peaking by 2030, so why is the oil industry doubling down on production?
21st Sep 23, 9:51am
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Robert Brecha says EV sales growth points to oil demand peaking by 2030, so why is the oil industry doubling down on production?
In our latest Of Interest podcast David Mahon explains what's going on in the Chinese economy, what needs to change and when he thinks things will be looking up
19th Sep 23, 9:09am
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In our latest Of Interest podcast David Mahon explains what's going on in the Chinese economy, what needs to change and when he thinks things will be looking up
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Labour Party pledging up to $4000 to help people install solar power systems with battery back up on their rooftops
18th Sep 23, 2:15pm
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Labour Party pledging up to $4000 to help people install solar power systems with battery back up on their rooftops
Record breaking production of renewable electricity fails to alleviate worries over power reliability
14th Sep 23, 8:17pm
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Record breaking production of renewable electricity fails to alleviate worries over power reliability
We're supplying indie power retailers, Mercury says, as Electricity Authority defends its record on competition
7th Sep 23, 10:44am
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We're supplying indie power retailers, Mercury says, as Electricity Authority defends its record on competition
End to offshore energy ban and storing CO2 underground among energy policies proposed by ACT for the coming election
3rd Sep 23, 2:53pm
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End to offshore energy ban and storing CO2 underground among energy policies proposed by ACT for the coming election