The submissions to the Independent Review into the Future of the National Electricity Market published are presented by the Department of the Environment and Energy and the Independent Panel for the purpose of sharing information about the Review. Submissions are now closed.
The average small-medium retail business can use 80,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity a year.
After an energy assessor audited Tint A Car’s showroom, workshop area and staff room, the changes made by the business immediately led to a 20% drop in energy use (despite higher temperatures than
At Casey’s IGA in far north Queensland, an energy assessor found the local supermarket could save $3750 per year by switching fluorescent tube lighting to light emitting diodes (LEDs).
A Level 2 energy audit at this luxury residential apartment building found thousands of dollars in potential energy savings.
The 30 staff of Joe Vella Insurance Brokers (JVIB) work out of a refurbished historic building in Cairns CBD.
The Union Jack Hotel has power bills of around $13,000 to $15,000 per month.
At the Albion Budget Supermarket in Brunswick West Melbourne a public event helped provide funds for sustainability improvements.
In 2009, the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism coordinated a large energy-efficiency skills research project on Australia’s highest energy-using companies: the Long-term Training Strategy