Sustainable Energy Forum

Founding Year: 1995

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Is a “group of individuals and corporate organizations promoting information and supporting action which will help move New Zealand towards a sustainable energy system.” This system involves “sourcing, transforming , using and managing energy in a manner which improves social well-being, while conserving physical resources, maintaining the integrity of ecosystems, and avoiding the transfer of costs to future generations.” SEF promotes this transition through its submissions and media statements as well as its conferences and seminars.

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Sustainable Energy Forum contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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