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New Zealand could park a significant chunk of its carbon emissions by focusing on transport, but it’s a journey that’s only just beginning Tom McKinlay reports.
I’ve been deep in analysis of comments from SMEs on the topic of energy recently and came across a comment that made me think. The comment stated that an enterprise tended to focus on actions that bring about productivity rather than energy savings. This got me thinking – do energy saving actions increase productivity in
Physicist Emeritus Professor Gerry Carrington , lead author on Royal Society of New Zealand’s recent paper on Facing the Future: Towards a Green Economy for New Zealand, was recently interviewed by Shane Gallagher and Samuel Mann on Otago Access
I was recently asked about “rejected energy” by a colleague who had seen it on a website about US energy. This shows that US energy flows include a lot of rejected energy. This happens in other countries too, so it’s helpful to understand why so much energy is unloved. So what
Originally aired on Nine To Noon, Thursday 27 March 2014
Malcolm McCulloch is the Head of the Energy and Power Group (EPG) at the University of Oxford. The focus of the EPG is developing and commercialising sustainable energy technologies. Malcolm has active research programmes in the three sectors of domestic energy,