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Presentation: MEPS3 (2016), labelling and test methods for refrigerators - Lloyd Harrington, EES for the 2013 E3 Whitegoods Forum.

Presentation: Refrigerators, Regulatory Proposals for the 2013 E3 Whitegoods Forum.

Presentation: International Projects for Whitegoods - DCCEE for the 2013 E3 Whitegoods Forum.

Presentation: Industry Views on Program Direction and IEC test method - Phil Robinson, CESA & David Crossley, AIG at the 2013 E3 Whitegoods Forum.

Download AS-NZS 2040.2 _Pre Public Comment Draft_ V09 AS-NZS 2040.2 _Pre Public Comment Draft_ V09

Download Labelling algorithm 2015-V2a Labelling algorithm 2015-V2a

Download Guide to ASNZS4474 Part 2-2013 Guide to ASNZS4474 Part 2-2013

Agenda for the E3 Whitegoods Forum, 13-14 March 2013 at the Crowne Plaza, Coogee, NSW.

ACHIEVEMENTS 2010/11 continues the series of annual reports for the Equipment Energy Efficiency Program (E3 Program) – formerly known as the National Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Program, which commenced nationally in Australia in 1992. New Zealand joined the E3 Program in 2002 and annual public reporting began in 2001.This report highlights the progress made in the 12 month financial year period from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011 against the goals set for the E3 Program by the Ministerial Council on Energy.

This Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) investigates options to improve the energy efficiency of computers and computer monitors sold in Australia and New Zealand without compromising functionality or choice, and to provide information for consumers to make an informed purchasing decision. It analyses the likely impact in Australia and New Zealand of the proposed introduction of Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for computers and proposed MEPS and Energy Rating labels for computer monitors.