We are excited to be part of Future Sure, a movement letting Kiwis know that gas energy has a bright future in New Zealand.
For tomorrow’s energy, we’ll look to new gases like hydrogen gas to energise our homes and businesses and help us achieve our 100% renewable energy aspirations. Our natural gas pipe network is already 90% hydrogen gas compatible, with new subdivisions 100% ready to deliver this future renewable gas now.
And there is more good news to come. Did you know that, right now, most modern energy efficient gas appliances are already able to run on a blend of natural gas with renewable hydrogen gas?
If you like today’s gas, you’ll love tomorrow’s. You can continue to use gas energy with confidence, it is here to stay.
Learn more about our future gas journey.
About Future Sure
Future Sure is an industry group representing New Zealand’s gas sector, consisting of 29 contributing members including retailers, distributors, appliance manufacturers and suppliers, gasfitters and training organisations. It is working to inform consumers that the gas they turn on isn’t being turned off, and advocate for the sector as it moves to a zero carbon gas future. You can find out more information at gasenergy.org.nz
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There has been plenty of talk surrounding the future of gas energy in New Zealand with the release of the Climate Change Commission draft report to Government. Some of you may have asked “is this the end for gas?”