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Z Energy Limited (NZX: ZEL) Welcomes Government Biofuels Policy Announcement

Thursday 28th January 2021

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Z Energy welcomes today’s announcement by the government that a biofuels mandate is to be implemented to help the country make a start on the carbon reduction in transport that is so urgently required.

Accompanying Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Transport Minister Michael Wood and Climate Change Minister James Shaw at the Z Energy biodiesel plant in Wiri, South Auckland today, Z Energy CEO Mike Bennetts said that climate change action requires policy certainty and industry investment, and that Z is committed to playing its part to transition New Zealand off fossil fuels.

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Z Energy welcomes Biofuels policy announcement

Source: Z Energy Limited



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