Coal and Solar

One quarter of our planet’s energy is created by burning coal. This burning produces over 40 percent of all the carbon dioxide from energy generation.

We know that our own Huntly power station is getting through a lot of imported coal to keep us warm and the lights on – excluding Monday night of course!

Here’s two better pictures helping keep our children’s lights on and the farming industry doing its bit.

The school at Halfmoon Bay, Stewart Island with a solar panel array to help reduce the load on the diesel powered generator.

A ground level array at Slee Farm helping power a farm that helps feed us.

We’re delighted to promote our client, Sunergy Solar, who is the leading commercial and agricultural installers of solar power systems in the South Island.

To read more about what Sunergy does, visit