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Energy management for business

This section is designed for small to medium sized businesses. 

Energy-intensive businesses with a net energy consumption of more than 0.05 PJ per year should go to the section on energy management for large energy users.

It makes sense for businesses of all sizes to understand their energy use and costs, and know the options available to reduce them.

See our information on these key steps to reducing your business energy costs:

The Grants and funding section includes information on Australian Government and state and territory government programs that help businesses access finance for energy efficiency improvement projects.

If you are part of the nearly 1 million home-based businesses in Australia, see the Home-based business guide for practical and realistic tips and steps to reduce your energy costs when running a business from home. 

For sector-specific information on how to reduce your energy costs, see the Industry sector guides.

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Support for Australian businesses during COVID-19

Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Australian Government

Business.gov.au Australian Government

Energy Made Easy Australian Government

Energy Rating Australian Government

The 20 Step Guide to Cutting Energy Bills in Your Business Australian Government

Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NaTHERS) Australian Government

National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) NSW Government on behalf the of Australian Government and state and territory governments

Office Tenancy (NABERS) NSW Government on behalf the of Australian Government and state and territory governments

Energy advice for business Victorian Government

Victorian Energy Compare Victorian Government

Sustainable business guide City of Melbourne

Business Recycling Planet Ark