Efficiency leaders announced as sponsors of National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015 30 July 2015

The Energy Efficiency Council (EEC) has announced a line-up of high profile sponsors for the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015, which takes place in Melbourne on 17-18 November.

The Victorian Government will headline as Major Partner, underlining the Andrews Government’s commitment to energy efficiency, which was demonstrated by the release of the recent Victorian Energy Efficiency and Productivity Statement.

Dr Sharn Enzinger, Director, Energy Efficiency at the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources said “The Victorian Government is committed to driving energy efficiency in households and businesses, making a real difference to Victorians by relieving the cost pressures of energy bills, particularly for the most vulnerable in our community, increasing economic productivity, supporting jobs and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”

Dr Enzinger added “Meaningful engagement with the energy efficiency industry forms a vital part of our approach. We’re proud to support the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015 and see it as an important opportunity talk with key players in the sector and to explore innovative ways to drive the agenda forward together.”

Welcoming the Victorian Government as Major Partner, Luke Menzel, EEC CEO said “We strongly support the Victorian Government’s leadership in the sector, developing a clear, ambitious policy on energy efficiency and productivity. We are delighted to welcome them as the Major Partner for the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015.”

Presented by the EEC, the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015 will bring together 300 of Australia's top efficiency experts, international thought-leaders, policy makers and energy users to debate and explore the latest thinking on saving energy.

A host of other high profile sponsors are supporting the industry’s leading dedicated energy efficiency conference.

Platinum sponsor EnerNOC will put the focus on innovative approaches to demand management alongside City Of Melbourne, also a Platinum sponsor, who will share their expertise in driving efficiency with a particular focus on the commercial buildings sector.Expert thermal engineering consultants MINUS40 continue their long and productive partnership with the event as a silver sponsor, while energy software specialist Opower will fuel debate on the conference floor as Coffee Cart sponsor.

A limited number of sponsorship and exhibition packages are still available. For details, contact Jessica Roberts at the EEC on (03) 8327 8425 or at

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