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New Zealand may have the boldest initiative yet, with the government there announcing plans to produce 90% of its energy via renewable methods by 2025. Australia has also pledged to make renewable energy responsible for 20% of its output by 2020. There are Shosha involved in Green Energy activities in both countries. One such Shosha has teamed with a Japanese manufacturer to construct the Nga Awa Purua and Kawerau Geothermal Power Stations in New Zealand. That country enjoys plentiful hydroelectricity resources, but environmental concerns prevent the construction of especially large-scale plants, forcing the government to turn to geothermal energy as an alternative.
A Shosha has teamed up with Osaka Gas and Australia’s APA Group to advance a wind farm project called “Hallett 4” in Australia. The country introduced a new governmental Green Energy policy that will usher in increased investments for clean energy and CO2 reduction technologies.