Meetings in 2018 are held on the last Thursday of every month at 3.00pm at the Dr. Gertrude Atmore Supper Room, Main Street, Ōtaki Thursday 25 October, 2018 Thursday 29 November, 2018
Entyre NZ Ltd is currently establishing a factory in Otaki to process used tyres via a devulcanisation process into new rubber products. The company has supported a number of clean technology and energy projects in the town.
We are experienced suppliers and installers of solar electric systems and a variety of heating systems. We pride ourselves on making our systems work together with the rest of your building to make your home or business work smarter.”
Astara Technologies provides bespoke design, build and consultancy services working with a wide range of Renewable Energy technologies including photovoltaic power generation, solar thermal, hot water heat pump, waste to energy technology, electric vehicle and electric propulsion systems.
Sunrayker is a start-up company developing a concentrated photovoltaic and thermal (CVPT) solar energy system by integrating concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) and concentrated solar power (CSP) into one hybrid energy system to generate electricity and heat from sunlight.
Transition Town Otaki is a charitable trust seeking to undertake initiatives that help the local community be more resilient and sustainable. Initiatives that, for instance, reduce our carbon footprint, enable lower energy usage, or promote local food production. http://transitiontown.otaki.org.nz/
The college is a very active participant in Energise Otaki and is currently the focus of a number of major projects during 2014. http://www.otakicollege.school.nz/
The Otaki Mail, the local newspaper, takes a strong interest in reporting on the development of the Energise Otaki concept and the establishment of clean technology businesses in Otaki. http://www.otakimail.co.nz
A major economic development area within the town with an owner who subscribes fully to a vision of developing a clean technology hub at Otaki for the Kapiti Coast and for the Wellington region. The Park provides active support for the overall concept and key projects. http://www.ctcpark/co.nz/
The clean technology business incubation centre located in Otaki. It supports the Energise Otaki process in a number of ways. http://www.cleantechnz.co.nz
The Otaki Community Board, chaired by James Cootes, was an early developer and supporter of the Energise Otaki concept and and an active participant in the process. http://www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/Your-Council/Elected-Members/Community-Board-Members/Otaki-Community-Board-Members/
Early developer of Energise Otaki concept, active participant in Energise Otaki processes, and highly innovative in its delivery of energy, climate change management programmes, support funding and its energy initiatives for Council assets and services. http://www.kcdc.govt.nz
My Web Workshop designed, built and hosts this website. It also does the posters, and other graphic design work for Energise Otaki.
WWF- New Zealand has awarded $6,700 for the energy conservation science programme at Otaki College. The programme will proceed alongside the photovoltaic installation project.
Energise Otaki is focused on practical projects and actions that can be undertaken by groups, businesses, families and individuals. Useful information that may be of assistance to taking action is listed below.
The Clean Tech Tower in the Clean Technology Park, completed in 2013 has the full range of environmentally sustainable technologies.