Wind power used to generate electricity in New Zealand
Renewable energy sources: include geothermal, hydro, bioenergy, wind, and solar energy.
Geothermal energy: energy that is extracted from heat contained in the Earth’s core. Areas of geothermal energy are usually close to the boundaries of tectonic continental plates.
Hydro power: power derived from the energy of falling water or fast running water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes.
Solar energy: the use of the sun's energy either directly as thermal energy (heat) or through the use of photovoltaic cells in solar panels and transparent photovoltaic glass to generate electricity.
Bioenergy: energy derived from biomass which includes biological material such as plants and bacteria, wood, waste, (hydrogen) gas, and alcohol fuels.
Wind energy: electrical energy obtained from harnessing the wind with windmills or wind turbines.
Data provided by
Energy in New Zealand: Renewables June 2018
How to find the data
At URL provided, select 'Renewables' from under the 'View webtables' heading.
Import & extraction details
File as imported: Energy in New Zealand: Renewables June 2018
From the dataset Energy in New Zealand: Renewables June 2018, this data was extracted:
- Sheet: TAB_F2
- Provided: 513 data points
This data forms the table Energy - Renewable energy supply and use by fuel in petajoules 1991–2017.
Dataset originally released on:
October 18, 2018