Find out if battery storage is the future of energy for your business at this forum. Hear from the experts about battery storage systems and its potential for NSW businesses, then join the forum with CSIRO and the Clean Energy Council.
Join us at this free event in Adelaide showcasing the online resources that can help you take control of your office's energy.
Presented by the Energy Efficiency Council in partnership with the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage, this one day training program will give energy audit practitioners the skills and knowledge to deliver energy audits that meet with Australian Standard 3598:2014.
Get your office involved in the four-week challenge to get more staff riding bikes. Join hundreds of businesses who are championing Sydney’s bike-riding boom creating healthier, happier and more productive workforces.
Hear from carbon experts from WWF and Point Advisory on the emerging frameworks for setting science-based targets and to get the corporate perspective on target setting from NAB at this free evening event in Melbourne.
City of Melbourne and partners are investigating a group purchasing model for renewable energy and
are seeking proposals from the market to deliver renewable energy through a tender process. All energy industry suppliers capable of responding to this tender directly or via a consortia arrangement are invited to attend this briefing.
This specialised workshop delivered by ClimateWorks Australia and the Energy Efficiency Council is designed for energy managers, building managers and sustainability managers working in the commercial, industrial and government sectors.
Nominations for the awards are open until 30 September 2015 with winners announced at the gala dinner of the National Energy Efficiency Conference.
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