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New Zealand Wind Energy Association
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Member since: 1 September 2011
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The New Zealand Wind Energy Association (NZWEA) is a membership-based industry association that works towards the development of wind as a reliable, sustainable, clean and commercially viable energy source.

We aim to fairly represent wind energy to the public, government and the energy sector. Our focus is on utility-scale wind generation (generally over 100 kilowatts). We are a central point for information for our members and a trusted voice in the debate about wind energy in New Zealand.

We firmly believe that wind energy has an important role to play in the future of New Zealand’s power generation portfolio.

We work hard to ensure that New Zealand's world class wind energy resource is harnessed in a responsible and sustainable manner for our generation and generations to come.

If you would like to help shape the development of this dynamic industry then you should become a member of NZWEA.

Our members include over 80 companies involved in New Zealand’s wind energy sector, including:
electricity generators
wind farm developers
lines companies
turbine manufacturers
consulting firms
law firms.

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Monday, 30 January 2012
Wind to keep power prices down - Positive signs for wind energy in latest NZ Energy Outlook, but it underestimates what wind can deliver There are positive signs for the wind industry in the latest New Zealand Energy outlook, with capacity forecast to more than double over the next 18 years. 351 views

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Welcome for approval of the Mount Cass wind farm in Canterbury The approval of resource consent for a wind farm in Canterbury has been welcomed by Eric Pyle, Chief Executive of the NZ Wind Energy Association. 382 views