The Energy Efficiency Exchange (eex.gov.au) is a joint initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments administered by the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.
It aims to support the development and implementation of energy management and energy efficiency strategies by providing quality information from respected national and international sources in one location.
eex.gov.au complements other energy efficiency initiatives administered by Australian governments, such as the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Program and capacity-building activities under the National Strategy on Energy Efficiency.
eex.gov.au content has been developed and peer-reviewed by industry experts. This has included an audit of high-quality resources from Australian and international resources.
eex.gov.au is intended for use by medium to large Australian energy-using companies, defined as companies using more than 0.1 petajoules of energy per year (equivalent to 2,000 households). Information on energy efficiency for smaller businesses is available on the business.gov.au and the Enterprise Connect websites or on state/territory-based program websites. See Programs or Related websites for more information.
People seeking information on energy efficiency for households should visit the LivingGreener website.
Please email the Communications and Capacity Building team at the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism if you would like to contribute feedback or ideas to eex.gov.au at email@example.com
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Energy Efficiency Exchange government partners
Energy Efficiency Exchange website contributors
Content for the EEX website has been compiled with the assistance of various industry and government representatives.
Authors of content specific to EEX include:
Industry sectors and Technologies – Consortium led by the Australian National University, including Dr Michael Smith, Adjunct Professor Alan Pears (Sustainable Solutions Ltd), Geoff Andrews (Genesis Now) and Deni Greene (Deni Greene Consulting Services)
The Strategic Case for Energy Management; Establishing an Energy Management System, Energy Efficiency Assessments – Energy Made Clean (formerly HAC Consulting)
Energy Procurement – Marsden Jacob Associates
The Business Case and Beyond – Patrick Crittenden (Sustainable Business) and Helen Lewis Research.
In addition, representatives from many companies, industry and professional associations, academia and Australian, state and territory governments have reviewed and assisted compilation of content across the EEX website.