The latest Whitegoods Efficiency Trends report documents changes in the energy efficiencies and attributes of whitegoods (domestic fridges and freezers, dishwashers, clothes dryers and clothes washers) that carry an Energy Rating Label and were sold in Australia from 1993 to 2014 inclusive.
All product types have shown improvements in energy efficiency over the study period.
“The program has increased consumer awareness of energy efficiency and has created an increased demand for energy efficient products. Reported levels of consumer awareness of energy labelling in Australia is high.”
This report supersedes the Greening Whitegoods report, published in 2010.
Download the Whitegoods Efficiency Trends 1993 - 2014 Report
Download the Whitegoods Efficiency Trends 1993 - 2014 Appendices