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Transport and Energy Minister Simon Bridges has officials investigating ways to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles.
Furniture giant Ikea has unveiled a range of furniture items that can charge mobile phone devices.
The Downstream energy conference is underway in Auckland. It brings together industry leaders to talk about the changing environment of the energy sector.
Meridian Energy's chief executive Mark Binns spoke about consumer value at an energy industry conference today.
Power prices shouldn't rise too much this year, and some people could even see their bills drop, the Electricity Authority says.
Fonterra has denied former Greens co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons' claims it has backed off plans to mine coal at Mangatangi in Waikato.
Disappointing first-half earnings posted by Genesis Energy and Mighty River Power have weighed on the New Zealand sharemarket.
Genesis has posted a 15pct gain in first-half pre-tax earnings as it lifted sales of electricity and gas even as it shed customers in an "aggressive" market.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges says he's warned petrol companies he's watching how much profit they are taking at the pump.
Spark's reported a first-half profit drop, and Fletcher has indicated its full-year earnings will be at the lower end of what it expects - but why?
Global Divestment Day is being marked around the world today as a push to invest in more sustainable business opportunities.
A couple accused of defrauding energy company Mighty River Power of more than $2 million will stand trial in February next year.
India is set to sell up to 10 percent of state-controlled Coal India in a deal that could raise close to US$4 billion.
The low price of petrol has sparked a warning from a fuel company about stocking up on the volatile liquid at home.
Z Energy is investigating claims a woman was sexually assaulted by a staff member at one of its service stations.
After refusing to reconnect a remote customer at the end of a line, an Otago lines company has admitted breaching the rules and settled out of court.
A power outage has affected about 80 percent of Pakistan, an official says.
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