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New Zealand

The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is the key government organization implementing energy efficiency measures in New Zealand. It carries out both regulatory and non-regulatory measures. The Ministry of Economic Development (MED) is also involved, as EECA's monitoring agency and the administrators of New Zealand's energy efficiency regulations.

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There are 32 Policies related to New Zealand in the S&L Database

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Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s Energy Standards & Information System Site

The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s Energy Standards & Information System (APEC ESIS), a project established by APEC’s Expert Group on Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EGEE&C), provides...

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