“Poor home insulation has significant health, social, energy savings and economic for many Kiwi households. It remains a big social issue for the country. We’re very pleased to support the Trusts to deliver home insulation and be part of the solution.”
- New Zealand Oil & Gas CEO Andrew Jefferies.
In collaboration with the Southern and South Taranaki Community Panels, New Zealand Oil & Gas is helping provide home insulation to those who need it most, particularly households with respiratory illnesses such as asthma.
By supporting the community trusts delivering the EECA Warm Homes programme in Otago , Southland and South Taranaki we are making a strong contribution to these local communities.
New Zealand Oil & Gas has enjoyed a four year partnership with the Cosy Homes Otago Trust, helping the Trust improve the living conditions of Otago households with high health needs. Whilst this partnership came to an end in 2019 we are pleased to take up the Trust’s recommendation that we work with the Dunedin Curtain Bank to deliver similar service to the people of Dunedin. In working with the Curtain Bank more families in Dunedin are getting lined curtains for their homes, helping provide warm living conditions and improve health and wellbeing outcomes.