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The Energy Efficiency Council is the peak body for energy efficiency, cogeneration and demand management in Australia. A not-for-profit membership association, the Council's goal is to make sensible, cost effective energy efficiency measures standard practice across the Australian economy. Read more…

What is energy efficiency? Energy efficiency is about achieving more while using less energy, by being smart about the energy we use at home, in business and in government. Read more…

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ORGANISATION: Energy Efficiency Council (EEC)

LOCATION: Melbourne or Sydney (Melbourne preferred)

REPORTING TO: Chief Executive Officer

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EEC CEO @lukemenzel on AEMO’s Summer 2017-18 operations review on @9NewsAUS https://t.co/hMg9PvQuU7
24th May 2018

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RT @rmurrayleach: Surprised by bizarre complaints about the bargain cost of a security reserve for 2017-18 ($6 per customer). It’s li… https://t.co/qyHgKC1lFd
23rd May 2018

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A new report from @AEMO_Media has highlighted the role of demand response in improving energy security last summer.… https://t.co/YX8UFpG3ab
23rd May 2018

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RT @lukemenzel: We’re a long way behind on demand response in Oz, but last summer @AEMO_Media and @ARENA_aus blasted us out of the… https://t.co/Rn64pkYv6w
23rd May 2018

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RT @lukemenzel: The ambition of this is significant, but so is the framing. May is positioning this as moon shot that will help Br… https://t.co/oBbWIjTFVq
22nd May 2018

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Theresa May just unveiled a target to halve energy use of new commercial and residential buildings by 2030.… https://t.co/nHlvUKnvr9
22nd May 2018

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Phil Cohn from @ARENA_aus on insights from DR trial with @AEMO_Media. Varying performance across pilot projects,… https://t.co/fQtjKRwG7I
21st May 2018

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Miles Prosser: that means a ‘one size fits all’ approach to DR won’t work for industry. New market rules need to en… https://t.co/hoM1Dfor0M
21st May 2018

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Miles Prosser of Aluminium Council – different types of industry can provide different types of demand response. De… https://t.co/wHhclRpSJh
21st May 2018

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Moving into the panel discussion with @DELWP_Vic, @ARENA_aus @AEMO_Media… DELWP’s Kylie White kicks us off: a numb… https://t.co/vziQvogMw4
21st May 2018

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