New Zealand Wind Energy Outlook

By: Freeman Media  06-Dec-2011

This 16-page document provides a snapshot of the utility-scale wind generation industry in New Zealand, including a roadmap of all current wind sites around the country.

The main challenges of wind farming in New Zealand are discussed and we talk to the main players in the sector.

The report was endorsed by the New Zealand Wind Energy Association.

For more information on the New Zealand Wind Energy Outlook:

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