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This paper sets out the approach that will be used to convert energy measured under the AS/NZS 4474.1 test standard to estimate the likely energy consumption under the International Electrotechnical Commission 62552-3 test standard. This approach will form the basis on which the GEMS Regulator will assess whether household refrigerating appliances that have been registered under the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Household Refrigerating Appliances) Determination 2012 will meet MEPS 2021 levels that will come into effect on 15 August 2021.

The Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) Compliance Monitoring Program outlines the GEMS Regulator’s compliance monitoring focus for 2020/2021.

This report presents the results of check tests on models of GEMS products finalised between 1 January and 30 June 2020

This report presents the results of the market surveillance of models of the seven 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 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020.

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

This report presents the results of check tests on models of GEMS products finalised between 1 July and 31 December 2019

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 31 January 2020 an Issues Paper on the Energy Efficiency Regulation of Electric Motors was released for public comment.

The paper canvases issues that will define the scope of the changes to be considered in the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement - Electric Motors, which is expected to be published later in 2020.

The public comment period on the Issues Paper is open until 28 February 2020.