The Green Lease Handbook complements the Tenant's Guide and contains more detailed legal and technical information.
Publications are being added and more will be available as they are completed. If you have difficulty finding a publication in the meantime contact us with the details of what you're looking for.
The guide provides an overview of the basic concepts and elements of Green Leasing, to assist private tenants to achieve better environmental outcomes from the leasing and on-going management of their office space.
This report reviews global stockholding models suitable for Australia, and the likely costs to implement.
The objective of this report was to assess the economic impacts of a more severe disruption to world oil supplies.
This report tested supply capacity in the region under two hypothetical refinery rationalisation scenarios in Australia
The 2011 National Energy Security Assessment (NESA) continues and updates a process commenced with the inaugural NESA in 2009.
An update to the 2008 review of Australia’s vulnerability to interruptions to oil supplies undertaken by ACIL Tasman.
A well-designed and managed Building Management System (BMS) provides great opportunities for improvements in energy efficiency.
A well designed and managed lighting systems can lead to significant improvements in energy efficiency to office tenancies.
These Green Lease Schedule forms and templates are for the use of government organisations.
Energy security has been identified as one of the priorities for the Australian Government. The Government endorsed the development of the National Energy Security Assessment (NESA) to consider the key strategic energy security risks facing Australia currently and in 5, 10 and 15 years.
ERIG commissioned these nine specialist studies to advise on the matters under consideration.
Energy Efficiency in Government Operations (EEGO) is the Australian Government’s policy on energy efficiencies in Government Operations.
The Energy Reform Implementation Group (ERIG) was a group established by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) to review certain elements of the operation of Australia’s energy sector and to suggest further reforms, where there is a case for them, supporting more efficient energy markets.
The Energy Efficiency in Government Operations (EEGO) Policy aims to reduce the energy consumption of Australian Government operations with particular emphasis on building energy efficiency.
Reports on the learning rate in the context of changes in the energy performance requirements in the NCC for commercial buildings and whether there is evidence that building construction costs rose as a result of changes in MEP requirements.
The information in these factsheets applies to Australian Government agencies who report under the scope of the Energy Efficiency in Government Operations policy.
The Green Lease Schedule is a formal commitment between tenants and building owners which sets a minimum ongoing operational building energy performance standard. This case study from 2011 includes an assessment of building documentation, performance reports and detailed consultation with the building owner and tenant representatives organisations.