More electric vehicles will be hitting New Zealand’s highways, bus lanes and streets with funding announced by Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods today.
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Feedback is invited on an updated energy standard for lighting in large buildings such as offices and industrial buildings.
EECA today congratulates the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) on the launch of Green Star Performance, a new tool to assess the operational performance of all types of existing buildings.
Four energy experts reveal the most common ways businesses waste energy.
Sixteen schools are getting better value from their swimming pools after installing an efficient solar heating system.
Staying on top of compressed air leaks can save thousands, yet many large businesses don’t get around to it. Here’s why you should budge it up the list – and tips on how to do it.
Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins today announced funding for 15 projects to increase charging facilities for electric vehicles and switch more trucks, buses and vans to electric power.
By Andrew Caseley, Chief Executive, EECA
Few people would understand the excitement I got from seeing the New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy 2017-2022 launched recently by the Minister of Energy and Resources, Hon Judith Collins.
Less expensive than owning a car and more convenient than renting or leasing, car-sharing services like Wellington’s Mevo also offer a more environmentally friendly
driving experience than car ownership.
The Government has extended the eligibility for Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes insulation grants to include low-income home owners in addition to landlords with low-income or high health need tenants, Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins says.