New Zealand becomes ‘world’s first’ country to legislate for climate reporting

The country’s financial sector will be required to report what impact its investments are having on the climate

New Zealand welcomes first floating solar project in wastewater facility

The project, which covers one hectare of water surface is forecast to generate enough electricity to power 200 homes

Siemens wins contract to install electric bus chargers in New Zealand

It will install fast and flexible charging technology for 34 electric buses for Go Bus in Christchurch and Auckland

Could women be lower carbon travellers than men?

Women take more trips but travel for shorter distances, using public transport and walking more than men, according to a new survey

New Zealand funds pop-up bike lanes to encourage social distancing

The project will start as soon as the country lifts the current lockdown measures

New Zealand passes law for net zero carbon emissions by 2050

The Zero Carbon Bill provides a framework to support the country to prepare for and adapt to the effects of climate change

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Auckland unveils plans for hydrogen transport hub

The facility will produce clean hydrogen gas to refuel vehicles when it enters operation in 2019

New Zealand’s renewable generation shatters 37-year record

Clean power sources made up 85% of total power production in the second quarter of 2018

New Zealand charges ahead with first grid-scale battery storage facility

Utility Mercury hopes to gather key learnings around energy storage as the nation transitions towards a sustainable future

Nuku’alofa granted $6.8m to upgrade electricity network

The aid will help rehabilitate Tonga’s power lines to withstand extreme weather