EECA is the government agency that works to improve the energy efficiency of New Zealand's homes and businesses, and encourages the uptake of renewable energy.
EECA Awards 2016 - Entries have now closed
EECA is looking for New Zealand's most exciting energy-saving and renewable energy projects. Find out which stories make the cut when EECA Awards finalists are announced in April 2016.
Independent advice on how to make the most of energy in business.
Practical information to help you be more energy efficient at home and on the road.
Strategy and policy
Documents that guide EECA's work on energy efficiency, conservation and renewable energy.
We run programmes to support and promote energy efficiency, energy conservation and renewable energy.
Renewable energy in New Zealand
In 2013 New Zealand sourced 38% of its total energy from renewable resources.
Funding for insulation
Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes projects provide ceiling and underfloor insulation.
Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes
Funding for insulation in your home
Products and appliances with superior energy efficiency
Energy Rating label
The more stars the more energy efficient
Fuel economy label
Save fuel and money
NABERSNZ certified rating
Benchmark your building for its energy efficiency
ENERGYWISE approved tyres
An approval mark for tyres that are fuel efficient and safe