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This report presents the results of check tests of GEMS products finalised between 2021-22.

Swatch normalisation curves #104 December 2022.

2021 Residential Energy Baseline Study: Australia and New Zealand

Air conditioners, including multi-split systems, covered by the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Air Conditioners up to 65kW) Determination 2019 and Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Air Conditioners above 65kW) Determination 2022, must be registered before they can be supplied or sold within Australia.

Multi-split air conditioning systems are defined as having:

  • separate indoor and outdoor parts, or ‘units’ that are connected with refrigerant piping
  • two or more indoor units, each of which can be individually controlled.

The Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) Compliance Monitoring Program outlines the GEMS Regulator's compliance monitoring focus for 2022-2023.

From 1 October 2022, most swimming pool and spa pool pumps will need to meet minimum energy efficiency performance requirements and display an Energy Rating Label when being supplied.

These requirements are established under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) Act 2012 and the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Swimming Pool Pump-units) Determination 2021.

From 1 October 2022, retailers will be required to display the Energy Rating Label on swimming pool and spa pool pumps covered by the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 and the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Swimming Pool Pump-units) Determination 2021.

Suppliers of swimming pool and spa pool pumps need to comply with new requirements under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 and the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Swimming Pool Pump-units) Determination 2021.

The Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Regulator takes a risk-based approach to compliance. Our objective is to maximise the number of suppliers who voluntarily comply with the Act, while implementing strategies and responses to identify, and then deter, non-compliance.

On 1 October 2022, suppliers of swimming pool and spa pool pumps will need to comply with new requirements under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act 2012 and the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Swimming Pool Pump-units) Determination 2021 (the Determination).

From 1 October 2022, all new pumps covered by the Determination will need to meet minimum energy performance standards, be registered, and display an Energy Rating Label.

Suppliers must provide and display the Energy Rating Label on swimming pool and spa pool pumps covered under the new requirements from 1 October 2022.

The Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Swimming Pool Pump-units) Determination 2021 (the Determination) provide details about the pump label and icon. This includes how and when to use them, and their format.