Clean and clever energy use is about living differently, in a way that gives us more.

Andrew Caseley, Chief Executive

The Power of No

In our latest Gen Less campaign, we’re empowering Kiwis to get rid of the stuff on the bottom of their to-do lists. Instead of wasting energy on things and stuff we don’t really want or need, we can give ourselves, and the planet, a breather.

News & Updates

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  • Hot water systems consultation

    EECA is leading consultation on hot water systems as part of its Trans-Tasman E3 programme. The aim is to reduce residential hot water use and greenhouse gas emissions.

    19 Jan 2021

    • Consultations 
    • Products & appliances
    • Carbon emissions
  • Future-proofing residential EV charging

    A new best practice document aimed at future-proofing residential electric vehicle charging is under development by EECA and Standards New Zealand.

    23 Dec 2020

    • Electric vehicles
  • Hot water cylinder manufacturer prosecuted and fined

    Hot water cylinder manufacturer Superheat Ltd has been convicted and fined $9,900, after pleading guilty in the North Shore District Court for failing to meet energy efficiency regulations.

    16 Dec 2020

    • Regulations
  • Best practice for biomass boilers

    EECA and Standards New Zealand are consulting on best practice for biomass boilers.

    9 Dec 2020

    • Products & appliances
    • Regulations

Featured research

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See if you're eligible for a Warmer Kiwi Homes grant

You could be eligible for a 90% grant for ceiling and underfloor insulation, or a heater.

Moving climate change concerns to action

EECA research shows New Zealanders understand climate change is an issue but they’re not sure what to do. Our Gen Less campaign empowers them to take action to reduce their own energy-related emissions in their businesses and at home.  

Accelerating industrial decarbonisation

A new fund partners government with Kiwi businesses to get fossil fuels out of their industrial and business processes.