Positive energy: the latest sustainable innovations

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Some of the smartest minds around the world are trying to solve the problems of our carbon-reliant world – with incredible results. From EV lanes that charge your car as you drive, to massive leaps ahead in solar and wind technology, here are some of the most recent developments in renewable energy innovation.
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Positive energy: the latest sustainable innovations

5 quick wins: ways to reduce your carbon footprint

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Although it’s big business which is responsible for the lion’s share of carbon emissions, we Kiwis still want to do our bit! Our surveys show that Genesis customers are always looking for ideas for reducing the power use and carbon footprint of their households, so here are five quick ways that anyone can make a difference.Read more

5 quick wins: ways to reduce your carbon footprint

Key things to know about home solar battery storage

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Without an energy storage system, you’ll lose all the energy you generate from solar panels that isn’t used by your home appliances. But are home solar batteries worth the investment? Here’s some key answers to common questions about home batteries.

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<b>Key things to know about home solar battery storage</b>

Six questions to ask before you get home solar

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Switching to solar panels is a great way to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions, but there’s some key things to consider before you do.

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<b>Six questions to ask before you get home solar</b>

The potential power of metal air batteries

By David Appleyard

Metal air batteries are a viable commercial alternative to Lithium Batteries. Could Iron, Zinc & Aluminium air batteries be the future of battery storage?
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<b>The potential power of metal air batteries </b>

Electric Dreams

By Robert Tighe

Kiwi race driver Mitch Evans – electric vehicles are the future, nowRead more

<b>Electric Dreams</b>

Sustainable Scarfie flats warmly welcomed

By Shane Gilchrist

The Sustainable Neighbourhood student accommodation teaches students to save energy, compost and recycle.Read more

<b>Sustainable Scarfie flats warmly welcomed </b>

Key things to know about an electric vehicle battery

By Chris Mirams

Electric vehicles might only have about 20 moving parts with the most important, and expensive, being the battery. According to the International Energy Agency, the world could see 145 million electric vehicles, vans, heavy trucks and buses on the road by 2030, a mind-boggling leap from the 10 million in 2020. Here are some of the key things to know about the EV battery.Read more

<b>Key things to know about an electric vehicle battery</b>

What you need to charge your electric vehicle at home

By Shane Gilchrist

Before you buy an electric vehicle, think about how you’ll charge it at home – and find out how much it typically costs to install a wall-mounted charging system.

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<b>What you need to charge your electric vehicle at home</b>

Five Unexpected Ways You’re Increasing Your Personal Footprint (and how to change it)

By Laetitia Laubscher

Tackle your personal footprint by changing these everyday things that most of us do without thinking.
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<b>Five Unexpected Ways You’re Increasing Your Personal Footprint (and how to change it)</b>

Micromobility: e-bikes and e-scooters charge ahead

By Laetitia Laubscher

New Zealand is set to sell 7.5 x more Electric Scooters & e-Bikes than electric cars. Could micromobility could help decarbonise personal transport.Read more

<b>Micromobility: e-bikes and e-scooters charge ahead </b>

Exporting with a lighter touch

By Robert Tighe 

Kiwi exporters should be particularly aware of their products' carbon footprint. See how David Trubridge reduced their carbon footprint whilst increasing profits.Read more

<b>Exporting with a lighter touch </b>