NEW ZEALAND – Nizis Project:New Zealand, Indian, Botswanan to develop Solar Energy Project by Nizin Group (NZ) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Nizias family of companies.
The project is a multi-million dollar project for developing new generation and storage technology in New Zealand and India, which is expected to create hundreds of thousands of new jobs and create significant economic and environmental benefits.
The Nizimis Project will create the largest and most complex solar project in New South Wales.
The company said the project will produce a minimum of 7 megawatts (MW) of power and provide energy storage for homes, businesses and communities.
It will be located in New Plymouth and will be operated by New Zealand’s largest power producer, PowerCorp.
PowerCorp has already commenced the construction of a 5MW solar project on the Maungakariri Reservoir.
Power Corp has already installed the first of a new solar array, which was completed in September.
New Zealand has a renewable energy mandate and is one of the fastest growing countries in the world for solar PV installations.
The State Government is investing $1.1 billion in renewable energy projects in 2017, which will create over 2,200 new jobs.
The government has also announced a $300 million solar park in the Otaki region.
The Government is also committing to develop a new generation of smart grids, which can connect solar and non-solar customers and services.
New South Welsh Premier Gareth Snell said it was the right time to make this investment.
Power Corp chief executive, Mark Thompson, said the NIS was investing $600 million in New Wales’ electricity grid, and said it would create hundreds, if not thousands of jobs. “
It is also the best use of existing resources in the region, with the potential to significantly increase the energy security of our people.”
Power Corp chief executive, Mark Thompson, said the NIS was investing $600 million in New Wales’ electricity grid, and said it would create hundreds, if not thousands of jobs.
Power corporation will create jobs and secure more than $1 billion for the region The project will be a joint venture between Niziyas Power Ltd and Power Corp, which means it will be owned by NIS.
The two companies will also create a new company, the NIZi Group.
The group will develop and operate the project.
The consortium is expected not only to bring jobs and investment to New South Wales, but also to strengthen its position in the energy market.
Power Corporation chairman John Tuckett said the partnership with Nizyas would be the best example of New Zealand investing in the solar market.
“The New Zealand solar market is growing at an impressive pace, but there is still a lot of scope for further growth.”
We believe that this project represents a significant and significant contribution to this market.
“Mr Thompson said the solar project would be designed and built to be modular, with customers being able to switch power supplies between different components of the project at any point in time.
Mr Thompson also said it had a proven track record of success in its early stages.
The New Southwales Premier said the company had worked with New Zealand First leader Winston Peters to secure the contract to develop the project, which had been approved by New SouthWales Energy Minister Rob Stokes.
Mr Stokes said he welcomed the project’s progress and would work with PowerCorp to ensure it was properly managed.
He said the government was committed to ensuring jobs and jobs created were good for the environment.
He added: “The construction of this project is part of our wider plan to invest in renewable energies.
“This project will create thousands of construction jobs and generate millions of dollars for New Zealand.”
PowerCorp is the owner of the Power Supply Group, which owns the Otakarira Reservoir, which provides energy to the state’s electricity system.
Power Supply has also been awarded a $700 million project to develop power plants in the Maroubra Valley and other parts of South Wales and to build a new wind farm in the Gwynedd region.