EECA-commissioned research shows 80% of New Zealanders believe in climate change, with 79% saying they could be taking more action.
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EECA’s expert view is that energy efficiency can play an important role in improving electricity affordability for New Zealand households.
The Low Emission Vehicles Contestable Fund opened for a new round of applications, Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods announced today.
Concept Consulting has released a report on how hydrogen technologies could be used in New Zealand to help decarbonise the economy, as well as its potential as a lower emissions export fuel to decarbonise other economies.
Low emission transport will receive another boost totalling more than $11 million, Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods announced today.
EECA’s new senior leader Eddie Christian has a career that’s taken many different shapes - from working as a naval officer internationally, to executive roles in commercial banking in Singapore, the Middle East, and New Zealand.
For the very first time in New Zealand, Kiwis will be able to simply check any home to see if it is warm, safe and dry, thanks to the launch of the new project, called HomeFit.
An EECA-commissioned report identifies how and when businesses spend money to reduce energy use and carbon in some manufacturing processes.
New Zealanders will soon see more of electric vehicles’ versatility, with co-funding for 19 diverse projects announced by Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods.
Get the facts on how energy is used in New Zealand to manufacture and process food, power our cars, warm our homes, as well as what it means for our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.