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Welcome

The Energy Efficiency Council is the peak body for energy efficiency, cogeneration and demand management in Australia. A not-for-profit membership association, the Council's goal is to make sensible, cost effective energy efficiency measures standard practice across the Australian economy. Read more…

What is energy efficiency? Energy efficiency is about achieving more while using less energy, by being smart about the energy we use at home, in business and in government. Read more…

For Efficiency Providers

For Efficiency Providers

Latest news, information, tools and resources for energy efficiency businesses and professionals.

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Efficiency Providers

For Energy Users

For Energy Users

Saving energy in your business, your property or at home can save you money - and you'll enjoy lots of other benefits too!

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Energy Users

Membership

Membership

Join the EEC and put your business at the heart of a network of Australia's leading energy efficiency providers.

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Membership

National Energy Efficiency Conference 2017

Security. Affordability. Productivity.

Monday 20 - Tuesday 21 November, Melbourne

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Energy Efficiency Certification Scheme
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2017
CMVP

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Latest from the EEC on Twitter @EECouncil

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RT @eceee_org: Billions of internet-connected devices could produce 3.5% of global emissions within 10 years and 14% by 2040. Worr… https://t.co/oCcSAK1lGk
15th December 2017

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RT @DrAnthonyLynham: Free energy audits will help 10 large regional energy users cut their power bills. If u r a large energy user in re… https://t.co/yQGAbCNfuY
15th December 2017

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RT @lukemenzel: And much kudos to @DunstanChris, @rmurrayleach, @totenviro and everyone else who refused to stop banging on about t… https://t.co/dYax2BsShL
14th December 2017

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RT @lukemenzel: Good news. As well as the obvious benefits, a DMIS helps defer investments in supply side infrastructure that takes… https://t.co/Hahci7k3TJ
14th December 2017

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RT @BEN_EnviroNews: @EECouncil CEO @lukemenzel said the @IEA's #Energy #Efficiency Indicators #report underlines the #vulnerability of… https://t.co/8sMgfi3dnr
13th December 2017

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RT @rmurrayleach: At NSW forum on Energy Savings Scheme - adopting and following these principles better for industry and consumers… https://t.co/snMlMGHFab
13th December 2017

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RT @BrianRMotherway: We’re live on air now for live stream of our IEA workshop on energy management systems and digital technologies; cl… https://t.co/NW3dN7W3Yy
12th December 2017

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RT @rmurrayleach: Great @EECouncil forum yesterday on Victorian Energy Upgrades, thanks to @DELWP_Vic and @EssentialVic for their commitment to the program
12th December 2017

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EEC CEO @lukemenzel and @The_AiGroup CEO Innes Willox in the Sydney Morning Herald over the weekend on the reasons… https://t.co/IFe622hhT6
11th December 2017

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This week in @EcoGenMag: The simple efficiency measures that halved Reef HQ Aquarium’s energy consumption https://t.co/GeLcBbt8nR
9th December 2017

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