Energise Ōtaki – brochure – Cleaner Emissions Buses

In  late 2017 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade approved a grant for a pilot project with Ōtaki based renewable energy start-up business, Nufuels Ltd,  to review the feasibility of using small-scale batch pyrolysis systems in the Solomon Islands, to address major plastic waste problems and the high cost of energy for communities.  This builds on the Nufuels Ltd New Zealand programme of used tyres and plastics for waste-to-energy initiatives.   

Nufuels Ltd is a major participant in Energise Ōtaki and has worked on a number of Energise Ōtaki projects.  The Solomon Islands project will be linked to Ōtaki College where the students can follow the project in real time.