Solar Farm officially opened

Solar Farm officially opened

Energise Ōtaki’s Solar Farm was officially opened by Climate Change Minister James Shaw and Finance Minister Grant Robertson on 30 September 2020.

Solar Farm and Community Investment Fund

Solar Farm and Community Investment Fund

Energise Ōtaki has, with a generous funding of $407,000 from the Wellington Community Trust, set up two solar systems to generate power to go straight to users within the community.

Solar Farms for Ōtaki

Solar Farms for Ōtaki

Two community solar farms will generate over 160 kWp of electricity when the sun is shining. One will be at the waste water treatment plant, the other at Ōtaki College.
Income from the farms will be used to fund community energy projects in Ōtaki.

Celebrating XŌtaki, Ōtaki College, and Energise Ōtaki

Celebrating XŌtaki, Ōtaki College, and Energise Ōtaki

This weekend, April 26th and 27th 2019, is Ōtaki College’s 60th Reunion Weekend (you can register here) and we thought it would be a good opportunity to share this cool video that was made a couple of years ago celebrating XŌtaki (the Ōtaki College Alumni),...
Renewable Energy Generation

Renewable Energy Generation

Renewable Energy Generation Finding ways to produce new clean energy or reduce the environmental impacts of existing energy use is central to the Energise Ōtaki vision. A primary focus is on initiatives which help people install clean energy systems in their home,...