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).
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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.
The countdown has begun to find New Zealand's most exciting energy-saving and renewable energy projects for the EECA Awards 2016.
You could be losing hundreds of dollars each year because of inefficient household appliances. Christian Hoerning from EECA ENERGYWISE says the true cost of an appliance isn’t on its price tag.
Kiwis have switched on to the benefits of energy efficient light bulbs, with supermarkets selling twice as many as they did five years ago.
An innovative milk chilling system that will help Canterbury farmers meet new cooling regulations and save on energy costs will be on display at the Ashburton A & P Show, 30-31 October 2015.
Improved efficiency has helped some of New Zealand’s biggest energy-users slice a chunk off their energy bills, saving millions of dollars and thousands of tonnes of carbon.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) says businesses saved 25,000 tonnes of CO2 and an estimated $12 million a year under its business programmes in its annual report for the 2014/15 financial year.