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This guide, developed by Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in the US, discusses energy efficiency practices and technologies that can be implemented at various levels of pulp and paper production. Typical payback periods and references to further information in the are also provided.
One of the five modules of the EREP (Environment and Resource Efficiency Plan) toolkit, this guide provides detailed information and a framework for implementation of an energy management system. It also includes advice about preparing an energy management system, baseline data and benchmarking
These guidelines provide an energy management strategy based on the practices of Energy Star program participants.
Use this spreadsheet to evaluate the energy program at your industrial facility. This tool complements the Energy Program Assessment Matrix by helping you examine a program for a single facility.
This guide provides information on how to measure, evaluate and track energy efficiency opportunities. The resource was developed for large energy-using organisations, but the tools can be applied within multiple sectors and applied to all organisation sizes.
Drawing on the advice of companies that have conducted successful energy assessments with tangible business outcomes, this document provides 11 implementation principles that aim to integrate project implementation into the energy assessment process.
This guide can help you to conduct an initial walk-through assessment of your organisation to see what sort of energy use practices are in place.
This fact sheet offers advice on how to keep employees interested in an energy efficiency program, with a strong focus on employee ownership of the program. This resource is briefer that the ‘Saving energy with people power’ resource, and is more suitable for small-to-medium organisations.
This brochure produced by the Independent Market Operator (IMO) of Western Australia provides a brief overview of how the wholesale electricity market operates.
Developed by the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, this research provides information on energy-efficiency opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry. It was developed for energy and plant managers as part of the Energy Star program.
A publication from the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, this research provides information on potential energy-efficiency opportunities for the glass industry for energy and plant managers.
Developed by the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, this research provides information on energy-efficiency opportunities in the petrochemical industry for energy and plant managers as part of the Energy Star program.
Developed by the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, this report describes research into the potential energy efficiency opportunities for US cement manufacturers.
This Energy Guide produced by the US Energy Star program discusses energy-efficiency practices and energy-efficient technologies that can be applied over a broad spectrum of companies.
This resource provides information on energy-efficiency technologies and measures applicable to the textile industry. The resource includes case studies from textile plants around the world and includes energy savings and cost information when available.
This resource is one of the many technology overviews published by the UK Carbon Trust. It introduces the main energy-saving opportunities for lighting and demonstrates how simple actions can save energy, cut costs, improve conditions and increase profit margins.
The Australian Energy Regulator publishes daily, weekly and longer term reports on the performance of the electricity and gas markets.
These include summaries of the wholesale spot market and electricity futures contract prices and the annual State of the Energy Market Report.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) publishes price and demand information of real time trading (30 minute) and dispatch (5 minute) price and demand data. Information is provided for each region in daily, weekly, monthly and annual formats.
This report considers the energy efficiency skill and job requirements for businesses operating in the commercial and residential building sectors. Energy efficiency initiatives in the built environment will create new roles and require updated skills and knowledge in existing occupations.
This report catalogues potential opportunities for energy efficiency improvements in the Australian road transport (heavy duty vehicles only) and rail transport sectors.