May 2012

Evaluation of the Warm Up New Zealand: Heat Smart programme

This is a $340 million multi-year programme funded by the NZ government that provides funding for insulation retrofits and clean, efficient heating grants for NZ households. It began in 2009 and is the largest programme of its type in NZ history, intended to produce a range of energy and health related benefits. A cost benefit analysis of the programme, commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Development, was done by a consortium including NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities members

Posted in energy and health and housing & building and NZ policy issues and research on 29 May 2012 – 10:48 am