Transition Pathway Action Plans (TPAPs)
Following the finalisation of the Taranaki 2050 Roadmap, the Lead Group (20 volunteers from the seven pou of local business, iwi, community, unions, education, and local and central government who guided the co-creation of the Roadmap) and a sub-group known as the Design Council, developed a ‘framing’ process commonly used in the energy sector. The workshop participants who helped co-design the 2050 Roadmap, representing a broad mix of the seven pou and with subject matter expertise, were invited to attend TPAP workshops whilst others registered via an expressions of interest process on the Taranaki 2050 website.
From September 2019 to June 2020 framing workshops were held.
Based on the co-design themes and the emerging opportunities identified in the Taranaki 2050 Roadmap, the methodology took the divergent thinking and opportunities identified in the Roadmap and channelled them into a more convergent set of tangible actions and outputs to define the short-term actions and medium-term strategy needed to achieve the region’s long-term vision for 2050.
The transition pathway actions plans are available below.