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This paper contains general background information and recommendations regarding how space conditioning equipment should be surveyed and monitored as part of end-use metering campaigns. As space conditioning use is dependent upon building shell performance this aspect is also covered in this paper.

The development of sound energy policy relies on an understanding of energy consumption. Without knowledge of how and why energy is used at an end use level, the development of energy saving programs can only be based on educated guesswork. This paper is one in a series of papers on end use metering methodologies, prepared to assist in the development of end use metering campaigns.The purpose of this paper is to explain some of the practical issues in undertaking end use metering measurements of appliances and equipment in households.

This report provides an overview of the Proof of Concept Residential Energy Monitoring Program implemented in 2010/11 to carry out whole house metering of five households in Melbourne.It includes headline analysis and discussion of the data collected in the year from the beginning of May 2010 to the end of April 2011.

This report presents the results of check tests undertaken on behalf of the Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Committee and finalised between 1 July and 31 December 2011. Regulatory decisions or stage 2 tests that have occurred in this period, but that resulted from check tests undertaken before 1 July 2011 are also included.

Meeting Agenda for the Equipment Energy Efficiency Program LED Stakeholder Consultation Workshop on the 29th of November 2010.

This agenda is for the E3 Whitegoods Forum on the 24th of October, 2011.

: E3 Whitegoods Forum Forum Summary: E3 Whitegoods Forum Summary The E3 Whitegoods Forum was held on Monday 24th October 2011 in Melbourne. The forum provided an opportunity for government to outline recent developments in the whitegoods area and to provide information regarding proposed future directions over the coming years. The forum represented an opportunity for stakeholders to engage with government on key issues.

The first E3 Compliance Conference was held in Sydney on 17 October, 2011. The meeting brought together around 80 industry and government stakeholders to discuss and comment on changes to compliance and enforcement practices relating to energy efficiency regulations, including under the proposed Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) legislation. Participants heard from Richard Frewin, National Enforcement Manager for the UK National Measurement Office on the UK experience in establishing the legal and administrative basis for a single enforcement authority.

The first E3 Compliance Conference was held in Sydney on 17 October, 2011. The meeting brought together around 80 industry and government stakeholders to discuss and comment on changes to compliance and enforcement practices relating to energy efficiency regulations, including under the proposed Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) legislation. Participants heard from Richard Frewin, National Enforcement Manager for the UK National Measurement Office on the UK experience in establishing the legal and administrative basis for a single enforcement authority.

This presentation was delivered by Mark Ellis at the first E3 Compliance Conference held in Sydney on 17 October, 2011. The meeting brought together around 80 industry and government stakeholders to discuss and comment on changes to compliance and enforcement practices relating to energy efficiency regulations, including under the proposed Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) legislation.