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.
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Electric vehicle owners really love their cars – and they’re keen to spread the word during International Drive Electric Week (8-16 September).
Car buyers who like to do their research are the target of a new booklet about buying an electric vehicle (EV).
A new report by PwC identifies how and when businesses spend money to reduce energy use and carbon emissions in some manufacturing processes.
EECA has launched a guide to help local authorities make their communities more friendly to electric vehicles.
EECA Chief Executive Andrew Caseley today congratulated Tranzit on launching New Zealand’s first fleet of 100% electric double decker buses in partnership with Metlink and the Greater Wellington Regional Council.
A new and ambitious energy and emissions reduction target has been set by a key player in the dairy sector.
The cold snaps mean higher power bills as we snuggle up in front of heating to keep warm but there are easy ways to lower your power bill without compromising on comfort, according to EECA Energywise.
EECA Energywise has launched a new online tool to help shoppers avoid buying power hungry appliances.
EECA’s new Statement of Intent has purpose to “Mobilise New Zealanders to be world leaders in clean and clever energy use”.