Low-emission marine transport projects are receiving a boost to the tune of $800,000, the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) announced today.
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Nationwide uptake of energy efficient technology could significantly reduce the cost of meeting New Zealand’s ambitious renewable electricity goals.
Proposals to get more low-emission vehicles on New Zealand roads could be a major step for the transport sector and for transitioning New Zealand to a low-carbon economy.
The release of Environment Aotearoa 2019 highlights the urgent need for more action on climate change.
Winter is coming but you may be able to make your home warmer and drier with a Government grant covering at least two-thirds of the cost of ceiling and underfloor insulation.
New research finds that the vast majority of New Zealanders are open to doing more about climate change. The EECA-commissioned research finds 80% of New Zealanders, including businesses, believe that climate change is happening. Most people (79%) acknowledge they themselves could be doing more to act on climate change.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is seeking feedback on its proposed energy levy-funded activities for the 2019/20 year.
A new guide gives people in the automotive industry an overview of electric vehicles and equips them to answer customers’ most common queries.
Winners of the EECA Business Awards 2018 have been announced and New Zealand’s economy and environment are the biggest winners of all.
Finalists in the EECA Business Awards 2018 have been announced today, revealing New Zealand’s leaders in energy and emissions reductions from the public and private sectors.