Canterbury Regional Energy Strategy Project : Work Stream 01 : Grid Connected Energy System (2006)
The Study aims to articulate the critical issue facing the region, and to explore the trade-offs that will be required to reach a balanced perspective on the current situation. It is hoped that by so doing, there will be community agreement as to the broad-based priorities for improving the resilience of the system, as well as action to catalyse investment in the underpinning infrastructure required by the region.
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CAE (Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury, 2006)This Report summarises the results and key findings from work stream 2, which encompassed the Non-Grid component of the Canterbury Energy System.
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