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A Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency presentation from the 2012 E3 Home Entertainment Energy Efficiency Forum held on 28 August 2012 at Macquarie University in North Ryde, Sydney.

A Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency presentation from the 2012 E3 Home Entertainment Energy Efficiency Forum held on 28 August 2012 at Macquarie University in North Ryde, Sydney.

A Foxtel presentation from the 2012 E3 Home Entertainment Energy Efficiency Forum held on 28 August 2012 at Macquarie University in North Ryde, Sydney.

This regulatory discussion document is a regulatory proposal to increase the stringency of minimum energy performance standards (described as MEPS in this report) for equipment used to refrigerate and freeze food and beverages in Australia and New Zealand from a date that is not earlier than April 2015.

Download Household Refrigeration Paper 3: MEPS3 in Australia and NZ – Preliminary Impact Assessment of New MEPS Levels in 2015 Household Refrigeration Paper 3: MEPS3 in Australia and NZ – Preliminary Impact Assessment of New MEPS Levels in 2015

Download Household Refrigeration Paper 4 Technical Support Document on MEPS and Labelling for 2015 for Energy-using Refrigeration Equipment Household Refrigeration Paper 4 Technical Support Document on MEPS and Labelling for 2015 for Energy-using Refrigeration Equipment

This report was prepared for Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency by Energy Consult, July 2012.

This presentation was delivered by Ian McNicol at the Non-Domestic Fans Stakeholder Consultation Workshop held in Melbourne on 6 June 2012.

This discussion paper investigates options for governments to drive improvements to energy efficiency of new Small Fan Units (power input less than 125 Watts) sold into the Australian and New Zealand markets, including the possibility of implementing mandatory minimum energy performance standards (MEPS). This discussion paper covers stand-alone fans and small fans integrated into other appliances and equipment.Significant additional data is required for a more robust analysis of the policy options to be undertaken, and readers are asked to supply this where they have it.