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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.

Swatch normalisation curves #102 May 2022.

2021 Residential Energy Baseline Study: Australia and New Zealand

This report presents the results of the market surveillance of the products regulated under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) Act 2012 that are required to display an Energy Rating Label (ERL) on the product when supplied in store. The report covers the period between 2020-21.

The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) Program’s objective is to increase the energy efficiency of new appliances and equipment sold in Australian and New Zealand, thereby reducing energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions. The E3 Prioritisation Plan will influence the E3 program of work over the next 5 years. Setting priorities for the E3 Program is critical to ensuring opportunities to save energy, reduce emissions and lower energy costs for households and business are realised.

This report presents the results of check tests of GEMS products finalised between 2020-21.

This document outlines how Suppliers use the product Registration Site, which is accessed via https://reg.energyrating.gov.au.

The attached document is version 8, dated February 2022. 

Swatch Normalisation Curves Report #101 February 2022

Public consultation on the profile was open for six weeks from 21 May to 5 July 2021. Ten responses were received, including six public submissions:  

AS/NZS 1158.3.1 Lighting for roads and public spaces, Part 3.1: Pedestrian area (Category P) lighting — Performance and design requirements was updated in 2020. New performance quantification techniques for lighting design energy efficiency based on international best practice were included.