Sectors

Energetics’ experienced thought leaders and consultants are at the forefront of global carbon reduction strategies and best practice energy management. We have Australia's largest team of Certified Energy Managers and IPMVP qualified consultants who can design, analyse, report and provide strategic advice to evolve your energy and carbon management program. With extensive industry and regulatory expertise, we can tailor solutions that address your needs.

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    Agriculture

    It is essential that companies understand and analyse these operational impacts and look for opportunities to improve their bottom line through operational and energy efficiency improvements.

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    Commercial buildings

    Pressure from tenants, shareholders, the community and governments to improve the built environment's health and environmental impacts is driving growth in ‘green buildings’, with particular focus on energy and water efficiency, and air quality. We …

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    Food and manufacturing

    In response to shortages in skilled labour and rising wages, food processors are looking at ways to automate processes. Such significant capital investments should increase productivity; however automation by definition will further increase the ener…

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    Government

    Energetics draws on its experience, as Australia’s largest specialist provider of carbon and energy advisory services to business, to help governments and utilities develop and implement robust policies and programs. We have been a trusted advisor to…

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    Information and Communications Technology

    Information and Communications Technology, data and call centres use large amounts of energy.  As high energy costs grip Australia’s eastern and southern states, technology businesses need both a risk-managed approach to contracting energy supply to …

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    Infrastructure and transport

    Critical to the vision of low carbon cities of the future is innovative, high tech transport and infrastructure. State government requirements to offset emissions associated with construction, and major city initiatives such as the Rockefeller Founda…

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    Mining and metals

    The global climate agreement and decarbonising economies present both challenges and opportunities for the Australian mining and metals industries. Energetics works with boutique through to large multi-national mining and metal companies to understan…

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    Oil and gas

    Energetics works with oil and gas companies to gain competitive advantage through strategy development, project identification, program management and ongoing monitoring, reporting and advisory services.

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    Power

    On the generation side, the Australian Energy Market Operator anticipates a need for greater investment to meet projected capacity shortfalls, maintain reliability of supply and increase the proportion of lower emissions energy

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    Retail

    Consumers are also increasingly analysing the carbon footprint of their purchases. It is essential that companies understand and analyse these operational impacts and look for opportunities to improve their bottom line through operational and energy …