Key organisations who provide active support for the Energise Otaki initiative.
A project is underway to identify the best ways to measure progress and the best way to source necessary information.
With support from Council, groups of neighbours spend nine months competing to reduce their environmental footprint. That includes focusing on energy use.
A free service providing advice on making your house or business more energy efficient is provided by the Kapiti Coast District Council.
Making sure the New Zealand Transport Agency actually delivers on its promise of a Waikanae/ Otaki cycleway along the route of the proposed Expressway is the issue of the moment.
Promoting the government's rental housing insulation subsidy and a free curtain bank is the focus of a local community group.
Attractive, affordable, modular, transportable, energy efficient housing design produced locally in Otaki is the vision of the Energy Solutions Group.
The Otaki Energy Co-operative Ltd has now been established. Work is underway to finalise products, services and projects.
A Level 1 energy audit was carried out by Otaki College in July 2013.
What if there was a clean technology commuter rail solution linking Palmerston North, Otaki and Waikanae? Early stage thinking around a new solution is underway.
Otaki has one bus route. There is a view in the community that it is not well designed and that this has the effect of discouraging use. A 2014 project is to identify the best route and to have that change introduced by the Greater Wellington Regional Council this year. Interested people from the community […]
Otaki is a proposed urban growth area. And yet it is the only town on the regional rail system without rail commuter services. This must change.