Improving energy efficiency through equipment upgrades and energy management practices are among the most cost-effective ways a business can manage rising costs to ensure future profitability and competitiveness.
The Australian Government funded the development of energy efficiency information for a range of business sectors through the Energy Efficiency Information Grants (EEIG) program. It also funded energy efficiency upgrades to local council and community facilities through the Community Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP).
These programs produced sector-specific information on the benefits of energy efficiency as well as guides, tools and case studies to help small businesses make informed commercial decisions in their own business.
Consulting firm Instinct and Reason conducted an evaluation and report of the EEIG program.
This section of the EEX website provides details on the case studies and resources available from these programs.
Manufacturing – small business
Social and community services
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