Supporters

The Energise Ōtaki vision depends on a network of organisations, businesses and individuals to make it work. As this network grows the opportunities for new projects and innovative thinking grows with it. 

  • Kāpiti Coast District Council
    Early developer of Energise Ōtaki concept, active participant in Energise Ōtaki processes, and highly innovative in its delivery of energy, climate change management programmes, support funding and its energy initiatives for Council assets and services.
  • Ōtaki CollegeŌtaki College
    The college is a very active participant in Energise Ōtaki and is currently the focus of a number of major projects which you can read more about here.
  • My Web WorkshopMy Web Workshop
    My Web Workshop designed, built and hosts this website. It also does the posters, and other graphic design work for Energise Ōtaki.
  • Ōtaki Clean Technology ParkŌtaki Clean 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 Ōtaki for the Kāpiti Coast and for the Wellington region. The Park provides active support for the overall concept and key projects.
  • Ōtaki Community BoardŌtaki Community Board
    The Ōtaki Community Board, chaired by James Cootes, was an early developer and supporter of the Energise Ōtaki concept and and an active participant in the process.
  • Transition Towns ŌtakiTransition Towns Ōtaki
    Transition Town Ōtaki 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.
  • Nufuels Ltd: Used Tyres, Plastics and Recovered EnergyNufuels Ltd: Used Tyres, Plastics and Recovered Energy
    Nufuels Ltd. is an Ōtaki based renewable energy start-up company, which is in the process of developing a waste to energy batch pyrolysis technology which can ‘crack‘ tyres and plastics, effectively recovering liquid fuels, gases and chars (which can be used as a solid fuel).
  • The Ōtaki MailThe Ōtaki Mail
    The Ōtaki Mail, the local newspaper, takes a strong interest in reporting on the development of the Energise Ōtaki concept and the establishment of clean technology businesses in Ōtaki.

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