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The Australian Government has set a National Energy Productivity Target to improve Australia’s energy productivity by 40% by 2030.
Market surveillance of lighting retail outlets, conducted by GEMS inspectors during 2015, revealed a range of compliance issues the GEMS Regulator would like industry to be aware of.
Check testing refers to activities undertaken by the GEMS Regulator to ensure that models of GEMS products meet
In October, GEMS inspectors visited a number of suppliers of refrigerated display cabinets in Melbourne and surveyed products offered for sale. The purpose of the visits were to check that supp
Innovative, energy-efficient housing designs can now be downloaded free from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s YourHome.gov.au website.
In October last year, the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) launched an approval mark for tyres. Using criteria developed in partnership with the New Zealand tyre industry, ENERG
Do you know what could happen if you don't comply with GEMS Labelling Requirements? Make sure you know the facts.