The following are key organisations involved in the Energise Otaki vision and programme:

Kapiti Coast Diskcdc logotrict Council:  early developer of Energise Otaki concept, active participant in Energise Otaki process, and highly innovative in its delivery of energy, climate change management programmes, support funding and its energy initiatives for Council assets and services.

Otaki Community Board: early developer of Energise Otaki concept and active participant in the process.


Otaki Clean TCleantech11echnology Centre: a clean technology business incubation centre located in the Otaki  Clean Technology Park which is managed by Grow Wellington, the regional economic development agency.  It supports the Energise Otaki process by providing a meeting place.


Otaki CleanCT Park logo Technology Park: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/


Otaki Motaki mailail:  The Otaki Mail takes a strong interest in reporting on the development of the Energise Otaki concept and the establishment of clean technology businesses in Otaki.


OC Crest - B&W Otaki College:  The college is a very active participant in Energise Otaki and is currently the focus of a number of major projects during 2014.



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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.