The following contacts may provide further information to support the implementation of energy management strategies. Contacts are listed in alphabetical order. To refine your search use the filters listed in the right hand column which categorise contacts by industry sector or technology type.
Phone: 61 2 6163 7200
AgriFood Skills Australia aims to provide accurate industry intelligence on current and future skill needs and training requirements for the agrifood industry.
Phone: 1800 648 859
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) is a peak industry association in Australia which along with its affiliates represents the interests of more than 60,000 businesses in an expanding range of sectors including: manufacturing; engineering; construction; automotive; food; transport; information technology; telecommunications; call centres; labour hire; printing; defence; mining equipment and supplies; airlines; and other industries. The businesses represented employ more than 1 million people.
Phone: 61 2 9514 4948/9039
The Australian Alliance to Save Energy is a coalition of business, government and environmental leaders formed to drive research and advance the efficient use of energy in Australia and to investigate and promote the role of energy efficiency in reducing energy costs and improving liquid fuel energy security.
Phone: 13 22 81
The ACT Environment and Planning Directorate’s environmental responsibility is to develop and oversee a range of environmental policies and programs.
Phone: 61 2 6270 8000
ACCI is a key National Body representing business and industry organisations.
Phone: 61 2 6273 1466
The Australian Food and Grocery Council is the national body representing Australia’s packaged food, drink and grocery product manufacturers.
Phone: 61 2 6285 3833
AFPA is the peak industry body representing the pulp and paper, processing and resources industries covering the forest products value chain.
Phone: 1800 629 945
The AIE is the industry body for professionals working across energy-related fields.
Phone: 61 3 8623 3000
AIRAH is the industry body which represents the refrigeration, airconditioning and heating industries in Australia. They run HVAC energy efficiency courses, advocate to government on behalf of the industry and have developed best practice guides across a range of relevant technologies.
Phone: 61 2 6247 0960
Phone: 61 2 6287 6600
The Australian Research Council (ARC) is a Commonwealth entity and advises the Australian Government on research matters, administers the National Competitive Grants Programme, a significant component of Australia’s investment in research and development, and has responsibility for Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).
Phone: 61 3 9882 1652
ASA is an industry body representing Australian and New Zealand steel manufacturers, promoting the use and open trade of steel in the region.
Phone: 61 2 6253 6900
The ATA is the peak industry body representing trucking operators. The ATA’s members include major logistics companies, transport industry associations and businesses with leading expertise in truck technology.
Phone: 61 3 9948 0450
AutoCRC is working with business to develop cutting-edge, efficiency-based modelling, products and manufacturing techniques in the Australian automobile industry.
Phone: 61 3 8664 2664
The Business Council of Australia provides a forum for Australian business leaders to contribute directly to public policy debates.
Phone: 13 28 46
Business.gov.au provides comprehensive information to Australian business, including advice and support, grants and assistance, registration and licences, and numerous business topics.
Phone: 61 3 9929 4100
The Clean Energy Council is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia. The council represents and works with businesses operating in solar, wind, energy efficiency, hydro, bioenergy, energy storage, geothermal and marine.
Phone: 61 4 2225 7425
The CEEC is an industry-based organisation committed to accelerating the implementation of eco-efficient comminution practices through promotion of supporting data and industry benefits.
Phone: 61 7 3221 2716
The CRC for Rail Innovation covers environmental, safety, perfromance and technological research within the Australian rail network.
Phone: 61 7 3346 3473
CRC ORE works to transform resource extraction and dramatically reduce water and energy consumption in Australian mines through the creation of tools and techniques that consider energy, water and the generation of CO2 in mining operations.