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This document outlines the processes relating to the Australian MEPS and Energy Labelling Regulation including Design of the Overall Program, Test Capacity, Preparation and Publication of a Regulatory Proposal for a Product, Design and Implementation of MEPS for a Product, Label Development for a Product, Review and Evaluation.

This presentation was delivered at the NAEEEC Commercial Refrigeration Compliance Forum on the 11th of November 2005 by Mark Ellis of Mark Ellis and Associates.

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

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 airconditioners falling within the scope of the joint Australian New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 3823.

These are airconditioners 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.

Fact Sheet 1: MEPS for fluorescent lamp ballasts – provides an outline of the regulatory requirements for fluorescent lamp ballasts used with linear fluorescent lamps in Australia.

This report has been commissioned by the Australian Greenhouse Office as part of the National Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Program (NAEEEP). Its purpose is to explore the potential for energy and greenhouse savings through the introduction in Australia of Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for electric lamps.This report describes the major types of electric lamp currently used in Australia and their characteristics.