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Swatch normalisation curves #104 December 2022.

2021 Residential Energy Baseline Study: Australia and New Zealand

Setting priorities for the Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program is critical to ensuring opportunities to save energy, reduce emissions and lower energy costs for households and business are realised.

Report: Procedures for Calibrating AS-9 Swatch Batches when testing to AS/NZS 2040.1 (Version 1.8)

The Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, on behalf of the Committee overseeing the Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program, together with the Industrial Equipment Technical Working Group (TWG), have developed papers to provide a technical understanding of industrial pumps, compressors and boilers. These papers also investigate how the E3 Program could be expanded to include these products in Australia and New Zealand.

The Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, on behalf of the Committee overseeing the Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program, together with the Industrial Equipment Technical Working Group (TWG), have developed papers to provide a technical understanding of industrial pumps, compressors and boilers. These papers also investigate how the E3 Program could be expanded to include these products in Australia and New Zealand.

The Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, on behalf of the Committee overseeing the Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program, together with the Industrial Equipment Technical Working Group (TWG), have developed papers to provide a technical understanding of industrial pumps, compressors and boilers. These papers also investigate how the E3 Program could be expanded to include these products in Australia and New Zealand.

This service charter builds on the Department’s overarching Service Charter and states the standard of service stakeholders can expect from the GEMS Regulator

The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program undertakes a range of activities to improve the energy efficiency of appliances and equipment in Australia and New Zealand.

On 22 November 2019, COAG Energy Council agreed to introduce demand response (DR) capability requirements for air conditioners (ACs), electric storage water heaters (resistive), devices controlling swimming pool pump units, and electric vehicle (EV) charger/discharger controllers recommended by the Decision RIS (DRIS) Option 3  - Recommendations 1-15.