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2024 Conference Sponsors

CEP Conference 2024_Gold Sponsor_EECA

2024 Conference Gold Sponsors

CEP is thrilled to announce EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority) are Gold Sponsors at this year’s CEP Conference.

EECA’s role is to mobilise New Zealanders to be world leaders in clean and clever energy use.

EECA has a particular focus on productive and low emissions business, because when New Zealand businesses increase energy productivity and use renewable energy efficiently, it’s good for the whole economy.

The business sector in New Zealand spends $8.4 billion per annum on energy. Energy use by businesses (excluding transport) accounts for about 50% of New Zealand’s total energy use, and more than 40% of New Zealand’s energy-related CO2 emissions.

EECA encourages New Zealand businesses to adopt strategic energy management systems by providing advice, technical assistance and co-investment. EECA engages directly with the largest energy-using businesses, and partner with accredited energy service providers and industry associations to assist the wider sector.

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Published 9 April 2024

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