New Zealand's Energy Future: A sustainable energy supply after Maui. A discussion paper (2003)
The information contained in this commentary is based upon the extensive work undertaken by CAE over many years. It draws on its various studies and reports covering energy supply and demand, risks and vulnerabilities, energy efficiency, distributed generation and renewable energy options for New Zealand. In doing this the authors paint a coherent picture of the current New Zealand primary energy supply situation and the likely influences that will determine outcomes over the near term.
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