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Is that 2000-2008 figure largely attributed to NABERS?
I suspect EEO also played a part.
@Bradley Anderson may have some thoughts on that Nick
I wonder if it's also a result of a change in the manufacturing base in Australia during those years - away from heavy industry and towards more services
Spot on Charlie
@Nick, building sector's score is much better than other sectors, I think NABERS and BEEC are definitely key factors to drive in this sector.
Businesses can also register for virtual coaching by going to this page: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/free-energy-management-advice-in-western-sydney-registration-99950318092
while it says Western Sydney specifically, it's virtual, and therefor open to businesses anywhere in NSW
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Is it safe to assume that 'energy' is primarily utilities i.e. not diesel that a fleet would use as fuel.
HI Warren, have you explored using analytics to identify when measured energy doesn't match with what's expected ?
Can you tell us about the system that supports the analytics ?
Warren is absolutely right and that comes down from the highest levels. Need to understand the Corporate Sustainability Goals and how energy contributes to this
@warren you mentioned integration of the EnMS into your LEAN management system - was that a more logical and easier fit than integration into a ISO9001 or ISO14001
Nick - I work on Corporate Sustainability Goals with our clients. Is there anything you think needs to be included in them that helps drive Energy Management?
To be clear - we do have opportunities to support more than 120 businesses with energy coaching
Thanks Warren - I was thinking LEAN would work well so good to hear it happening in practice
@Alan - primarily, I think it is helpful to understand what your unit cost of carbon (CO2e) is for every kWh or MJ consumed as a starting point
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The tool should be available to more business, it would support DPIE in gathering more data and also more businesses testing could improve the tool as well. Thanks
From Dave Hoffman at DPIE: Businesses can also register for virtual coaching by going to this page: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/free-energy-management-advice-in-western-sydney-registration-99950318092while it says Western Sydney specifically, it's virtual, and therefor open to businesses anywhere in NSW