Latest Wind power in New Zealand Stories
By CHAPMAN, Katie While Palmerston North City Council has walked a tightrope between commercial imperatives and local loyalties over the past four years, Mighty River Power's stance has always been clear - they want to generate electricity and make money.
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By WEIR, James CONTACT ENERGY has filed a resource consent application with Tararua District Council for a 177-megawatt wind farm southeast of Dannevirke, and more wind farms may be built on the same hill range.
Contact Energy, a diversified and integrated energy company, has filed resource consent applications with the Tararua District Council for its 177MW Waitahora wind farm located southeast of Dannevirke, New Zealand.
By STEEMAN, Marta Christchurch turbine-maker Windflow Technology is taking on more responsibility in the proposed Long Gully wind farm project in Wellington.
Contact Energy, a diversified energy company, has welcomed the New Zealand environment minister's intention to call in the company's resource consent application for its proposed Hauauru ma raki wind farm in New Zealand.
By DUFF, Michelle The Puketoi ranges in the Tararua could be the location for a new wind farm if plans by Contact Energy to build up to 65 turbines are approved.
By MILLER, Grant Company is to seek consents for up to 131 turbines. ------------- ------- Mighty River Power plans to build up to 131 wind turbines in Palmerston North's Turitea Reserve and on neighbouring properties.
By WATT, Emily A PLANNED third wind farm could take the number of turbines dotting Wellington's wind-swept outer hills to more than 140 -- together providing enough electricity to power every home in the city when operating at full capacity.
By LAW, Tina STATE-OWNED electricity generator Mighty River Power will pay about $7 million for a 20 per cent stake in listed Christchurch's Windflow Technology, which plans to build a small wind farm at Long Gully in Wellington.
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