Ngāwhā expansion drilling to continue

By Te Ao Māori News

Drilling at the proposed expansion of the Ngāwhā Geothermal Power Station in Northland is set to continue this month.

The drilling, being conducted by Iceland Drilling will bring the $176 million project closer to Top Energy's aim to double the existing geothermal station's 25 megawatts capacity.

A Top Energy spokesperson said that the exact date for the commencement of drilling in the region will be confirmed at a later date.