Projects

The Demand Side Research Strategy is intended to study energy consumption from the perspective of the consumer and to highlight where demand side research should focus based on both absolute amount of energy consumed and the services that are derived from that consumption.

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In 2007, under its first contract with the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), NERI completed an analysis of industry demand for graduate employees and provision of university energy-related courses by the universities in New Zealand. A subsequent report, Energy Education in New Zealand. Views from the Universities (2008), provided comment from the...

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The Foundation for Research Science and Technology (FRST) has contracted NERI to create a 'capability map' of NZ energy research across the research organisations. The intent is to compile in a single place: current and recent historical activity of researchers; approximate figures of public research funding allocated to each research activity; any...

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Energy can be studied from many different perspectives, including economics, physical sciences, geography, engineering, law, psychology and sociology. If you are a student, you can often choose a topic of focus for part of a course, paper or subject. Energy is a topic of high economic, environmental and social importance, nationally and internationally.

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This project reports on how New Zealand can build better energy innovation capability. It brings together three previous NERI reports and other material relevant to capability building. The report assesses New Zealand’s need for innovation in the energy sector, analyses innovation processes and structures, and sets out the actions needed in education...

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