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This paper examines whether Australian Governments should proceed with the use of MEPS and/or an endorsement label for compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) in the Australian market, and if so, what criteria this label should be based upon.

In this report, a number of overseas endorsement programs for CFLs are examined and their scope and requirements are compared.

The Switch on Gas strategy is a blueprint jointly endorsed by government and industry outlining the actions to enhance energy efficiency for gas appliances and equipment over the next 10 years. The launch of the strategy commits:

•Governments to incorporating gas end-use product efficiency into a similar regulatory environment that already exists for electrical products;

•Industry to providing world-class products within a legislative scheme, with formal responsibilities stipulated in state and territory laws.

The Switch on Gas strategy is a blueprint jointly endorsed by government and industry outlining the actions to enhance energy efficiency for gas appliances and equipment over the next 10 years. The launch of the strategy commits:

•Governments to incorporating gas end-use product efficiency into a similar regulatory environment that already exists for electrical products;

•Industry to providing world-class products within a legislative scheme, with formal responsibilities stipulated in state and territory laws.

This fact sheet outlines the requirements for registering Linear Fluorescent Lamps for Energy Labelling or MEPS.

This is a regulatory impact statement for proposed changes to minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for motors falling within the scope of the joint Australian New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1359.5. These are three-phase induction motors with output ratings from 0.73 kW up to but not including 185 kWh. They are used in a wide range of applications, including air-conditioning and ventilation systems, pumps, mechanical drives and compressors. The new regulation would take effect from 2006.

This regulatory impact statement (2003/08) was prepared by Syneca Consulting and released on the 25th of August, 2003.

It proposed changes to minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for air-conditioners falling within the scope of the joint Australian New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 3823.

These are air-conditioners of the refrigerative type with a cooling capacity of up to 65kW. They may be configured for cooling only or with a reverse cycle capability to provide both cooling and heating services.

This MEPS Profile (Report Number 2002/10) has been released outlining the proposed strategies that the Australian Government will introduce with respect to regulating Lamps.