Supporting the establishment of standards, programs and innovative practices to improve energy efficiency and providing Australian households and businesses with economical solutions to live and work more sustainably.
Energy efficiency strategies and initiatives
Energy efficiency strategies and initiatives include:
Non-residential buildings include commercial buildings such as shops, hotels, restaurants, and offices, industrial buildings, schools and hospitals. They are responsible for approximately 10 per cent of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions.
Appliances and equipment
Information relating to electric motors (including heating ventilation and air-conditioning systems) and televisions:
Information about the ratings system for energy efficient buildings and appliances:
Australia's eight million homes are responsible for approximately 13 per cent of Australia's energy use 10 per cent of its greenhouse gas emissions.
The Australian Government is working with states and territories to gradually phase out inefficient incandescent light bulbs.
Changing electric water heaters for a low emission gas, solar or heat pump system, can reduce energy consumption and cut greenhouse gas emissions. Read more about water heaters:
Grants and funding
Energy Efficiency Consultations