More than 60 of New Zealand’s largest energy-using businesses are now working with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority to save on energy use – representing around 40% of the country’s total business energy use.
For media queries contact Penny St John (027 687 3123) or Jane O'Loughlin (027 230 0100).
Viewing 1-10 of 58
A trial testing the fuel-saving potential of a specialist emulsion of water and fuel on the former Interislander ferry Arahura has shown promising potential for the technology with possible fuel savings of 2 million litres per annum.
As nominations open for the 2016 EECA Awards, family-operated flower growing business K&L Nurseries says winning top honours in the 2014 Awards has helped put the nursery on the international horticultural map.
As New Zealanders get ready to start their summer road trip, the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) has some driving tips that will keep them safer on the road, make for a more pleasant ride and save fuel.
In the flurry of last minute present shopping, cooking and holiday planning the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is encouraging motorists to take a few minutes to check their car is ready for the road.
The winner of the Sustainable Business Network’s Energy Efficiency Management Award 2016, sponsored by EECA Business, demonstrates how energy management is important for business success, says the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
A Life Cycle Analysis report commissioned by EECA has found that electric vehicles (EVs) are better for the New Zealand environment than petrol or diesel powered vehicles, across the lifecycle of the vehicle as well as in use.
Auckland Council has announced a commitment to improve the way it uses energy, as part of a three-year partnership with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
Two companies have been recognised for their commitment to energy efficiency in the annual Wares Awards held last night (Thursday 12 November) in Auckland.
An innovative milk chilling system that not only saved the quality of a Waikato farmer’s milk, but also his power bill, will be displayed at the farm on Friday, 13 November.