Be kinder to the environment with gas in your home


Low carbon footprint

Using gas in your home allows you to be kinder to the environment.

When used directly, gas has fewer carbon emissions than peak time electricity - see the proof in the Consumer Energy Options report.

By using gas for your home heating, hot water and cooking, you’ll be releasing fewer greenhouse gas emissions than if you burned gas to make electricity in power stations.

You’ll be reducing your family’s carbon footprint.

The Centre for Advanced Engineering in Canterbury reports that if we all used gas for water and home heating instead of electricity we could cut New Zealand’s CO2 output by nearly two million tonnes per annum.

Clean

Gas home heating is clean – it doesn’t release ash or dust particles in the air, which causes smog. So you’ll be doing your bit for our air quality as well!

Abundant

You'll be pleased to know there is plenty of gas to fuel your home and every other home in New Zealand for a very, very long time.



Hot water Hot water
Heating Heating
Cooking Cooking
Gas and the Environment Gas and the
Environment
Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency
Switch to Gas Switch to Gas
Links Important Links
FAQs FAQs
Contact Contact Us