Energetics' submission on the National Energy Savings Initiative

13 Mar 2012Archived News Publications

Energetics has made a submission to the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) on the National Energy Savings Initiative. 

The Working Group sought the views of individuals and organisations on issues that relate to the Australian Government's consideration of a national Energy Saving Initiative, including possible design and implementation issues.

Energetics submission responds with recommendations on the costs and benefits associated with introducing a national Energy Savings Initiative in the context of the introduction of the carbon price from mid 2012, the potential costs and benefits of moving to a national scheme, implementation issues likely to arise in harmonising jurisdictional schemes and interactions between a national energy savings initiative and other policies and programs. 

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