North Island, New Zealand Geothermal
The Kawerau Power Station is a 100 MW geothermal power plant located just outside the town of Kawerau in the Bay of Plenty Region.
The Mokai Geothermal Power Station, north-west of Taupo, has a capacity of 110 MW.
Mighty River Power. has approval to develop the 82 MW Ngatamariki Geothermal Power Station north-east of Taupo.
Contact Energy's Ohaaki Geothermal Power Station, north of Taupo, has a capacity of about 65 MW.
The Poihipi Power Station is a geothermal power station, located north of Taupo, which generates an average of 38 MW.
The Rotokawa Power Station is a 34 MW geothermal power station, north-east of Taupo, operated by Mighty River Power.
Contact Energy and Tauhara Moana Trust have resource consent for the 250 MW Tauhara geothermal project north-east of Taupo.
The Te Huka Geothermal Power Station, also known as Tauhara One, is a 23 MW geothermal power station situated near Taupo.
The Te Mihi Power Station is a 159 MW geothermal power station opertaed by Contact Energy north-west of Taupo.
The Rotorua Maori Trust is planning to develop a $200 million, 45 megawatt geothermal power station near Rotorua.