A company making significant energy, carbon and cash savings shows what smart businesses can achieve through energy efficiency, Energy Efficiency Conservation Authority (EECA) Business Account Director South Paul Bull says.
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A new online tool which allows businesses to compare their energy management practices with others has been launched by EECA BUSINESS.
Supermarket sales of LED light bulbs are rapidly increasing.
Whatever hot water system you have, there are easy ways to reduce your energy use. It isn't just about energy savings - if your water is metered, every litre you save is saving you money.
A revamped database launched today allows users to find out how New Zealand used its energy in a range of categories across three years.
After almost 10 years as Chief Executive of EECA, Mike Underhill has announced plans to retire from the role towards the end of this year.
To help you prepare your home for winter, Christian Hoerning from EECA ENERGYWISE suggests some simple DIY fixes to make your home warmer, easier to heat and more comfortable.
Using New Zealanders’ love of sport to promote greater energy efficiency and sustainability has gained Project Litefoot Trust the top honours at the 2016 EECA Awards.
Finalists in the prestigious EECA Awards have been announced today, and the 2016 line-up features a broad cross-section of New Zealand, from sports clubs and high schools, to big business.
Waikato tannery and rendering company, Wallace Corporation Ltd, has heightened its focus on sustainability with a three-year partnership with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).