The release of new modelling on what New Zealand’s energy future could look like by 2060, is an invaluable tool, says the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
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The Remakery, a community enterprise hub in Fairfield that leads the way on reducing waste in Lower Hutt, is reducing its carbon footprint by switching to efficient LED light bulbs.
A new suite of research on innovative process heat technology that doesn’t use fossil fuels has been released by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
Kahutara School near Martinborough is reducing its carbon footprint by switching the school’s lighting to efficient LED light bulbs.
The research finds that electric vehicle smart charging technology has benefits for owners, and will reduce future load on New Zealand’s energy system, if we take advantage of it now.
Low-emission marine transport projects are receiving a boost to the tune of $800,000, the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) announced today.
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.