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NZ's first hyperscale data centre to be built in Invercargill
Invercargill’s cool climate, land space, remote location and its renewable energy capabilities make it an attractive location for a data centre.
Vodafone wins telecommunications services deal with Meridian
Vodafone announced it has been selected as the preferred provider for Meridian Energy’s telecommunications services.
How to get businesses on board with electric vehicles
Drive Electric have release advice on how to go about working with businesses to transition to an EV fleet.
Could Labour's fuel tax be a good thing for EV owners?
Meridian Energy is supporting the opportunity to increase the uptake of EVs created by Government’s new transport plan.
Could NZ become a world leader in electric vehicle uptake?
Meridian Energy has launched its latest campaign to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles.
New report shines a light on the reality of sustainability in NZ
The research names the nation’s most sustainable brands with Ecostore, Fairtrade and Tesla topping the list.
The 2020 EV conversion, does NZ have the necessary infrastructure?
NZ has been embracing EVs, however, do we have the infrastructure to support this conversion?
Xero teams up with Meridian Energy
Accounting software firm Xero entered into a partnership agreement with Meridian Energy to help Kiwi businesses manage their electricity finances.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise, led by Skellerup, Meridian
New Zealand shares rose, led by Skellerup Holdings and paced by Meridian Energy.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall, led by Meridian, Spark, Fletcher
New Zealand shares fell, led by Meridian Energy ahead of its second instalment receipt coming due in May.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall led by Fletcher on outlook; Meridian rises to record
New Zealand shares fell led by Fletcher Building, after the company said full-year earnings would be at the lower end of guidance.
Meridian's Binns hopeful of keeping smelter contract
Meridian Energy chief executive Mark Binns is hopeful of retaining the Tiwai Point smelter as a customer, but acknowledged there's still some uncer
UPDATE: Meridian shares rise after capital return flagged
Shares of Meridian Energy gained after the electricity generator-retailer flagged capital returns for shareholders over the next five years, includ
A keen eye on ICT sustainability
Working with Fujitsu, renewable energy company Meridian Energy has sought to improve its performance as it seeks to achieve sustainable ICT best practice.