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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.

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.

: E3 Compliance Conference Forum Summary: E3 Compliance Conference Summary 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.

of new MEPS levels in the USA Discussion Paper: Paper 1 - Summary of new MEPS levels in the USA Summary This paper sets out some of the technical details of the recently finalised US Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for household refrigerators and freezers. These new MEPS levels were released in August 2011. These were officially published on 15 September 2011 and come into force on 15 September 2014.E3 is examining the new US MEPS levels and is preparing a proposal for these to be adapted in Australia and New Zealand.

This paper sets out some of the technical details of the recently finalised US Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for household refrigerators and freezers. These new MEPS levels were released in August 2011. These were officially published on 15 September 2011 and come into force on 15 September 2014.E3 is examining the new US MEPS levels and is preparing a proposal for these to be adapted in Australia and New Zealand.

: Standby Power and Battery Charger Forum Forum Summary: Standby Power and Battery Charger Forum Summary This document is the forum summary for the Standby Power and Battery Charger Forum held at the Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne on 14 September 2011. The forum was attended by 50 delegates from industry, industry associations, consumer groups and government.

This letter was issued to stakeholders by Melanie Slade, Chair of the E3 Committee on the 11th of August, 2011.

Australia has a long history of regulating the energy efficiency of major consumer appliances. The benefits of this regulation are said to include lower running costs for consumers, increased security of energy supply and reduced environmental impact from reduced energy demand.

Achievements 2009/10 is the Equipment Energy Efficiency Program's (E3) annual report highlighting the accomplishments of the Program in the area of product energy efficiency.It measures the progress made in the 12 month period from 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010 against the goals set by the Ministerial Council on Energy.

The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Committee is calling for public comment on this Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement from all interested parties.