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 3 9214 4780
The AMCRC plays a vital role in the development and delivery of cutting-edge technologies and a highly skilled workforce to keep Australian manufacturing industries globally competitive and sustainable.
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 and is funded through the Department of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations (DEEWR).
Phone: 61 2 9514 2044
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 Department of Environment and Sustainable Development manages all environment and energy-related programs and grants.
Phone: 61 2 6273 2311
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 products manufacturers.
Phone: 61 2 6285 3833
The AFPA is the peak body representing forest products industries and was formed following a merger between the Australian Plantation Products and Paper Council (A3P) and the National Association of Forest Industries (NAFI).
Phone: 1800 648 859 or 61 2 9466 5566
The Ai Group is a key national body representing Australian business and industry.
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
The APPEA is a peak body representing Australia’s oil and gas exploration and production industry.
Phone: 61 2 6287 6600
The ARC administers the National Competitive Grants Program and the Excellence in Research for Australia initiative.
Phone: 61 3 9882 1652
The ASA is an industry body representing Australian and New Zealand steel manufacturers, which promotes 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 2 6213 7260
The Automotive Industry Innovation Council (AIIC) provides advice to the Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science, Research and Tertiary Education and acts as an innovation advocate for the industry
Phone: 61 3 8664 2664
The national body representing the CEOs of 100 of Australia’s leading corporations.
Phone: 61 7 3365 3574
CAST CRC works to improve Australian metal manufacturing efficiency, decrease costs and develop technologies and processes that allow companies to exploit new niche markets.
Phone: 61 3 9929 4100
The Clean Energy Council is a peak body representing Australia’s clean energy sector. It is an industry association and advocates on behalf of its membership in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency policy development.