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This report has been commissioned by the Australian Greenhouse Office as part of the National Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Program (NAEEEP). Its purpose is to explore the potential for energy and greenhouse savings through the introduction in Australia of Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for electric lamps.This report describes the major types of electric lamp currently used in Australia and their characteristics.

 This regulatory impact statement to investigate revised MEPS for three phase electric motors was commissioned by NAEEEC and was prepared by Syneca Consulting. This public comment draft was released in December 2003.This regulatory impact statement analyses proposed changes to minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for motors falling within the scope of the joint Australian New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1359.5. These are three-phase induction motors with output ratings from 0.73 kW up to but not including 185 kWh.

At the 13 December 2007 meeting, MCE agreed to the development of measures for a national hot water strategy under Stage 2 of the National Framework for Energy Efficiency.

Explaining how the stars can help

 
A simple, easy-to-read guide on the Energy Rating Label that explains:

- how to interpret the Energy Rating Label; and

- how purchasing a more efficient appliance can save money on energy bills.

The guide is suitable for anyone purchasing an appliance that displays the Energy Rating Label.  It is available for download and can be republished to communicate information on the energy efficiency of a labelled appliance.