Joseph Bailey’s invention uses electromagnetic fields to detect rust in the poles’ metal reinforcements.
Wellington engineer creates solution for power companies replacing concrete power poles
The Wellington Curtain Bank has operated for a decade, helping out 4000 households with over 14,000 curtains.
Wellington curtain donation service struggling to help locals fend off freezing winter temperatures
The Prime Minister made the announcement today.
James Cameron adds star power as PM announces $50 million to develop clean energy in Taranaki
Fair Go’s Anna Burns-Francis has this exclusive report.
Dispute over online calculator for solar panels makes working out any saving near-impossible
Philippine Boy Scouts play with their flashlights at the countdown for the 12th Earth Hour event Saturday, March 30, 2019 in suburban Makati city east of Manila, Philippines.
Earth Hour in pictures: Darkened monuments around the world shine a light on climate change
But some businesses now face an uncertain future.
Expectations high in Taranaki as Government set to reveal plans to transition away from oil and gas
Seven Sharp talks with the boss of Waitomo Group.
Waitomo drops 91 fuel price under $2 in Auckland for first time since June
The Prime Minister says the Government is now undertaking work to get a basis for their plans.
'Enough is enough' - Ardern outlines what Government's doing about high petrol prices
There are calls for the government to step in and help the industry establish itself.
Wind power operators say changes to the RMA needed to fulfill renewable energy goals
It’s making good on its promise despite official advise warning of economic risks.
Government could lose $8 billion in tax revenue by stopping new oil, gas exploration permits
The move comes just days after government investigation into electricity prices questioned the fairness of the practice.
Meridian discards 'prompt payment discounts' for fairer treatment of struggling Kiwis
Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods
Energy Minister accuses fuel companies in NZ of 'cynical behaviour' says millions going from pockets of ordinary Kiwis due to inflated prices
Fuel in the region tends to be more expensive than in towns further north.
Kapiti Coast businesses calling for fairer petrol prices after BP practices exposed in leaked email
'The urgency is called climate change' –Jacinda Ardern and Simon Bridges spar over oil and gas exploration
When  the PM was asked if she thought the pricing moves were “fair”, she said “certainly motorists won't look upon it as fair”.
Jacinda Ardern says leaked BP petrol emails 'will no doubt be raising eyebrows' of consumers
Dr Woods said while it is possible it will happen eventually, there is currently no work taking place to make it happen.
Energy Minister dispels talk of a halt to coal permits in NZ
The government will stop issuing new permits for oil and gas exploration in a bid to cut carbon emissions.
'There will be job losses' - No commercially viable alternatives to gas in wake of end to new exploration permits - Bridges
Cities across the globe were plunged into darkness to encourage people to reduce their energy consumption.
Lights turned off around the world to mark Earth Hour
Trump's plan to open oil drilling off Pacific Northwest draws opposition
In a speech today the PM said it was "truly wonderful" to return to Niue.
Watch: PM Jacinda Ardern 'honoured' to be called Daughter of Niue, as she pledges $5m to renewable energy
The bridge burst into a colourful and spectacular six minute show for the first time just after dark last night.
Solar powered show lighting up Auckland Harbour Bridge delights locals
It's been a month since the pipeline ruptured, causing widespread disruption to aviation and fuel supplies.
Inquiry into NZ fuel supply to get underway months after Auckland pipeline leak
Reviews are underway into the system used by a lines company in the region, which has previously been looked at by the Commerce Commission.
Vector Energy to return $13.9 million to Aucklanders overcharged for electricity
The report found petrol prices "might not be reasonable".
NZ petrol prices have greatest discrepancy between import cost and price at pump in developed world
Wholesale electricity prices expected to keep climbing as power producers hold crisis meeting
Green Party promising help for low-income families to pay their power bills
Reviews are underway into the system used by a lines company in the region, which has previously been looked at by the Commerce Commission.
King Country residents feeling ripped off by huge electricity charge increases
Lines crews have been working flat out since a plane clipped power lines yesterday.
Gisborne blackout latest: Power fully restored to thousands
A major power cut in the Far North may have been caused by sabotage.
Power has been completely restored to Kaitaia households
Power cuts in Palmerston North, Whanganui affect thousands
Magpie flies into substation, cuts power to 3000 in Sanson