The New Zealand government has released a draft of an energy strategy that aims to ensure the country develops a “sustainable and affordable” system that minimizes greenhouse gas emissions. Key elements of the strategy include introducing renewable fuels as substitutes for gasoline and diesel; increasing support for public transport and non-motorized forms of transport; introducing plug-in electric vehicles and improving efficiency of the country’s vehicle fleet through age/technology ...
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