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Dunedin's eco-boiler heat plan

David Loughrey, Otago Daily Times Summary A plan to heat central Dunedin buildings with the biggest eco-heating scheme in New Zealand is set to advance to its next stage. The system would replace the coal-fired Dunedin Energy Centre with one run by biomass, woodchip that can be...

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Hospital key factor in big changes for city

Otago Daily Times Summary Pete Hodgson , in the final part of a four-part series, looks at the impact a new hospital will have on the city. The new Dunedin Hospital will cause the city itself to change, both physically and in how we do things. The details of those changes will, in...

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New hospital site masterplan: The details

Otago Daily Times Summary * Information taken from the new website for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild. Where are we in the process? Dunedin’s new hospital will be built on the former Cadbury site and on the immediate block to the north which currently contains a Wilson carpark and...

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Plans for clean energy system

David Loughrey, Otago Daily Times Summary Dunedin is planning its next major infrastructure development - a clean energy centre to pump hot water across the central city for heating. The project would involve work to lay a reticulation system throughout the central city, meaning more...

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Decisions Yet to Come on Hospital Power Source

Mike Houlahan, Otago Daily Times Summary Dunedin's new hospital will use renewable energy, but the details of what kind of technology will be chosen and how it will be used have yet to be finalised. The site for the new hospital was unveiled last week, the $1.4billion development...

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Site proposed for new Dunedin Hospital

Mike Houlahan, Otago Daily Times Summary A site for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild has been recommended and is being considered by Cabinet, and a public announcement on the decision is likely to be made next month. Pete Hodgson, chairman of the committee which is coordinating the estimated...

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Status Green: Christchurch Airport awarded for energy efficiency

Jacl Fletcher, Business Day JOHN KIRK-ANDERSON/STUFF The new Novotel hotel under construction at Christchurch Airport, framed by Cumulus Gate Pavilion, by sculptor Gregor Kregar. Summary Behind the glass, steel and timber, artesian water courses through the walls of Christchurch...

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How the Christchurch district energy scheme works

Will Harvie, Stuff Summary A district energy scheme has just been turned on at Ngāi Tahu's new development in central Christchurch. WILL HARVIE explains the engineering of energy efficiency. It was supposed to a "world-leading" response to the earthquakes and demolitions in Christchurch. ...

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Roger Sutton in charge of first district energy scheme in Christchurch rebuild

Will Harvie, The Press Summary Christchurch's post-quake ambition was to create a super efficient district energy scheme for the CBD, but it went nowhere. Now, former Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) boss Roger Sutton is in charge and the plan has been rekindled. On...

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Developing District Energy in New Zealand and Australia—Second in a series

Summary Date: Tuesday, 12 May, 2015 The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority of New Zealand (EECA) and the International District Energy Association are pleased to produce this second webinar in a series focusing on the development of district energy in New Zealand and Australia. ...

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