Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges today announced two new appointments and a reappointment to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) Board.
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Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges has opened public consultation on a strategy that aims to support New Zealand become an energy efficient, productive and low emissions economy.
Changes to petrol and diesel specifications will support the growth of lower-emission fuels, Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges says.
Wellington's Capital Coast Health District Health Board is saving big money through better energy efficiency. Read how they did it in this New Zealand Herald article.
NZ Bus has won two awards at the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards held in Auckland last night including the EECA Business Energy Management Award. You can read their release about it here.
After a career in the energy sector and nearly 10 years leading the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority, you’d think I’d be able to fix a few things before retiring.
Unfortunately, there’s still the small matter of international climate change – the most important energy-related issue facing us today. In fact, the symptoms have become steadily worse with 2016 set to be the hottest year on record.
Minister of Energy and Resources Simon Bridges has thanked departing EECA chief executive Mike Underhill for decades of service to New Zealand’s energy sector.
Two New Zealand appliance companies have been awarded for their commitment to making energy efficiency and lower running costs a fundamental part of their business.
Property owners and tenants are being offered the chance to get a free assessment done on their office buildings to start them on the journey to obtaining a NABERSNZ Certified Rating.
Scrutinising energy use and cutting waste has delivered Hamilton firm Millennium Plastics more than $100,000 in savings.