EEC Policy Platform
A Plan for Affordable Energy
The Energy Efficiency Council joined forces with the Australian Industry Group, CHOICE, and the Brotherhood of St Laurence and commissioned energy market experts Oakley Greenwood to identify options to put downward pressure on electricity prices. Based on the Oakley Greenwood report and our collective expertise, the group wrote 'A Plan for Affordable Energy' that looks at the wholesale energy market, networks, consumer protection and energy management.
Oakley Greenwood's report can be downloaded here.
The Plan for Affordable Energy can be downloaded here.
Energy Efficiency: Australia's Low Carbon Opportunity
The Energy Efficiency Council launched its national platform in June 2010. The document is a result of eighteen months of work by experts and provides a range of recommendations to drive Australia towards an energy efficient future. The platform was updated in December 2010.
Download the policy recommendations here .
EEC submissions on specific policies
The Energy Efficiency Council aims to ensure that governments and decision-makers have access to the best advice from the sector to assist them to develop policies that support better energy management in Australia.
EEC Submission - national consumer advocacy body March 2013
EEC Submission Jan to COAG regulatory and competition taskforce Feb 2013
EEC Submission on VEET Feb 2013
EEC Submission on VEET, December 2012
EEC Submission on NABERS multi-tool, December 2012
EEC Submission to Senate Committee on Electricity, September 2012
EEC Submission on NABERS cogen ruling, August 2012
EEC Submission to AEMC Cogen Rulechange, August 2012
EEC Submission to VCEC, July 2012
EEC Submission to COAG Regulatory and Competition Taskforce, July 2012
EEC Submission to Buildings Framework, July 2012
EEC Submission on Energy Efficiency Council to AEMC, May 2012
EEC Submission on Energy Saving Initiative, March 2012
EEC Submission on Energy Efficiency Information Grants, December 2011
EEC Submission on Clean Energy Finance Corporation, December 2011
EEC Submission on Community Energy Efficiency Program, October 2011
EEC Submission on Clean Technology Investment Program, October 2011
EEC Submission on Draft Street Lighting Strategy, September 2011
EEC Submission on the AEMC Stage 3 Demand-Side Participation Review, September 2011
EEC Submission on Carbon Price Legislative Package, August 2011
EEC Submission to Sustainability Victoria strategic review, June 2011
EEC Submission on Energy Audit Standard, June 2011
EEC Submission on Tenancy Lighting Energy Efficiency Assessment Tool (Commercial Building Disclosure), June 2011
EEC Submission on AEMC Priorities, May 2011
EEC Submission on Carbon Price, May 2011
EEC Submission on the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target, April 2011
EEC Submission on Tax Breaks for Green Buildings, February 2011
EEC Response to Prime Minister's Task Group Report on Energy Efficiency, December 2010
EEC Submission on Green Leases, October 2010
EEC Submission to Prime Minister's Task Group Initial Submission, May 2010
Senate Environment Committee on Building Energy Efficiency Disclosure Bill, April 2010
EEC Submission on the Energy Efficiency Data Framework, March 2010
EEC Submission on the ACT Draft Sustainable Energy Policy, March 2010
EEC Submission to the Senate Economics Committee on the Energy Efficient Non-Residential Buildings Scheme, October 2009
EEC Submission on the Energy White Paper, May 2009
EEC Submission to the Senate Select Committee on Climate Policy, April 2009
AEPCA Submission to the IPART Review of NSW Climate Change Mitigation Measures, February 2009
AEPCA Submission on Mandatory Disclosure of Commercial Building Energy Efficiency, February 2009
AEPCA Submission to the Federal Opposition Review of the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) White Paper (Pearce Review), February 2009