A new resource launched tonight encourages tenants and landlords to join forces to create better performing, more energy efficient buildings.
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The first winter energy bill can come as a shock but there are ways you can avoid running up big bills, according to EECA ENERGYWISE.
Government partnership kickstarts Wynyard Quarter’s push to be exemplar of sustainable city building
A quest to make Wynyard Quarter an international exemplar for sustainable development has had a major boost today with the launch of an online tracking platform and a new Government partnership.
One of the world’s largest processors of sheepmeat, Alliance Group Limited, aims to reduce carbon emissions by 3,300 tonnes over the next three years.
Small changes and a commitment to energy efficiency has enabled Norman Disney & Young (NDY) achieve a 4 Star ‘excellent’ rating for energy use in its downtown Auckland tenancy.
The NZI Centre in Auckland has achieved 5.5 stars out of 6 under the NABERSNZ energy rating scheme – a half star improvement on its previous rating. It is the first building in Auckland to attain the ‘market leading’ score.
Consumer and business uptake of energy efficient appliances has resulted in energy savings of more than $96 million in a one-year period, according to analysis of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority's (EECA) Products Programme.
A 1980s Wellington office building owned by Kiwi Property Group has been awarded a 4.5 star ‘excellent’ NABERSNZ energy rating, reflecting a 10-year focus on energy efficiency.
One of New Zealand’s leading manufacturers, Orora, aims to save up to 15% of its energy as part of an ambitious 3 year plan developed with the support of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is proposing to use the electricity levy to make electricity efficiency improvements in the commercial, industrial and residential sectors in the 2015/16 financial year.