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The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program undertakes a range of activities to improve the energy efficiency of appliances and equipment in Australia and New Zealand.

On 31 January 2020 an Issues Paper on the Energy Efficiency Regulation of Electric Motors was released for public comment.

The paper canvases issues that will define the scope of the changes to be considered in the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement - Electric Motors, which is expected to be published later in 2020.

The public comment period on the Issues Paper is open until 28 February 2020.

Guidance Document: Voluntary Pre-Registration of refrigerated cabinets - EECA

Information Sheet: Household Refrigeration - EECA

On 22 November 2019, COAG Energy Council agreed to introduce demand response (DR) capability requirements for air conditioners (ACs), electric storage water heaters (resistive), devices controlling swimming pool pump units, and electric vehicle (EV) charger/discharger controllers recommended by the Decision RIS (DRIS) Option 3  - Recommendations 1-15.

Swatch Normalisation Curves #97

Questions and answers about the Zoned Energy Rating Label

The SA Government, on behalf of the Equipment Energy Efficient (E3) Program, sought feedback from stakeholders and interested parties on a Consultation Paper (August 2019) on mandating certain electrical appliances to be demand responsecapable, for both Australia and New Zealand.