Learn about the activity, benefits and future plans for the geothermal industry in our district.
The geothermal industry attracts investors and business into the regions, creating employment opportunities and lifting the income and skills of local communities, while helping New Zealand transition towards a sustainable energy future. Māori play a key part in realising this potential, as guardians, investors, operators and employees in the industry, with industry seeking to reflect Mauri values in the way it develops, operates and sustains this taonga.
We invite our local communities to take the opportunity to learn about this significant and growing industry on their doorstep, and hear what the NZ geothermal industry is doing to improve the environment and ensure local communities thrive.
- Sat, 29 JulTaupō Visitor Centre29 Jul 2023, 8:30 am – 1:30 pmTaupō Visitor Centre, 30 Tongariro Street, Taupō 3330, New Zealand
- Wed, 26 JulVine Bar & Eatery26 Jul 2023, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pmVine Bar & Eatery, 37 Tūwharetoa Street, Taupō 3330, New Zealand
- Tue, 25 JulTurangi Library25 Jul 2023, 10:00 am – 11:00 amTurangi Library, 3 Turangi Town Centre, Tūrangi 3334, New Zealand
- Mon, 24 JulSuncourt Hotel & Conference Centre24 Jul 2023, 11:00 am – 1:00 pmSuncourt Hotel & Conference Centre, 14 Northcroft Street, Taupō 3330, New Zealand
- Mon, 24 JulTaupo Library & Museum24 Jul 2023, 9:00 am – 29 Jul 2023, 3:00 pmTaupo Library & Museum, Story Place, Taupō 3330, New Zealand
- Tue, 18 JulThe Bay Bar and Brasserie18 Jul 2023, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pmThe Bay Bar and Brasserie, 703 Acacia Bay Road, Acacia Bay, Taupō 3330, New Zealand
NZ Geothermal Week 2023 is proudly brought to you by co-hosts Amplify and the New Zealand Geothermal Association.
If you are interested in getting involved with NZ Geothermal Week, including sponsorship, event ideas, hosting and speaking opportunities, or have a query about events, please contact Fiona Miller, Geothermal Cluster Lead at Amplify.
For involvement or queries relating to NZGA-hosted events held during the event week, please contact Jess Bradley at the New Zealand Geothermal Association