The ENERGY STAR label, which gives consumers a guide to appliances with superior energy efficiency, is going to be retired by the end of this year.
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An energy-saving project at Waikato District Health Board’s main hospital has delivered double projected savings.
Swimming pool operator Northern Arena says it has enhanced its brand through energy saving measures that both save it money and reduce carbon emissions.
New research released today shows electric vehicle (EV) batteries are reliable and long-lived.
A project to save energy at Northland District Health Board’s Bay of Islands hospital has been so successful it has been replicated at the DHB’s Dargaville hospital, and Kaitaia hospital will shortly follow suit.
Early adopters of new technology that cuts energy use or carbon emissions can get support for their innovative project in a new funding round announced by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) today.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) today opened the latest funding round for Crown loans to support energy efficiency and renewable energy projects across public sector organisations.
Hot summer days means lots of extra showers and loads of washing, making hot water the single biggest energy user in many homes in the warmer months.However technical expert Christian Hoerning says there are easy ways to cut the waste and save hundreds of dollars a year.
Landlords with low-income tenants should get in early to take advantage of insulation grants before insulation in rental homes becomes mandatory, according to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
The role of Chief Executive at the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is now to be taken up by Andrew Caseley.