Energy Efficiency Council

capturing the value of demand response

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Energy Efficiency Council

National Energy Efficiency Conference 2018

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Energy Efficiency Council

Save energy, cut bills, improve reliability

2017-18 policy priorities

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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

Energy Efficiency Certification Scheme
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2018
CMVP

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Harmonisation of comfort and energy efficiency: When you move to an energy efficient building, don’t scrimp on comf… https://t.co/1L9zcbbRXj
19th November 2018

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“Other governments should follow the NSW Government’s example and introduce programs to help #manufacturers save… https://t.co/WapJRjanZR
19th November 2018

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.@Dominique_Hes: We need different thermal environments - uniformity can be bad for our health. We should be design… https://t.co/gZzfqacVxN
19th November 2018

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Ian Hamilton: An epidemiological approach is about studying the population and having the information. #NEEC18 @ucl https://t.co/EYEnpzFPdA
19th November 2018

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RT @Thrive_Research: Towards net zero energy #resilient public communities - Energy master planning. Calling for case study contribution… https://t.co/HdSOw8mOd5
19th November 2018

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RT @Thrive_Research: Video of what is possible, town of Gram, #NEEC18 @EECouncil "... Town in Denmark has found a highly efficient way… https://t.co/3eIDXuNVyB
19th November 2018

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RT @Thrive_Research: Continuing the discussing of buildings for people, Prof Liam O'Brien @Carleton_U. There is a problem with our proce… https://t.co/7nkbYDEiYG
19th November 2018

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Bradley Anderson: Metering must be linked to optimisation. The Energy Management Services Program helps businesses… https://t.co/JaL5YhGLxU
19th November 2018

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Prof Liam O’Brien: We have an app to measure everything these days, but we aren’t very good at measuring our buildi… https://t.co/fPRoaKFr7y
19th November 2018

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Andrew Dunne: NABERS online is our new approach. #NEEC18 https://t.co/T4yQps4PjJ
19th November 2018

Energy Efficiency Council Sponsor Members

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