Energy Rating

Founding Year: 2012



The “joint initiative of Australian, State and Territory and New Zealand Governments” aims to deliver a single, integrated program on energy efficiency standards and energy labeling for equipment and appliances. The E3 program is “managed by the Greenhouse Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) Regulator in conjunction with the Energy Efficiency Advisory Team (EEAT) which is comprised of representatives of the Commonwealth, state and territory governments and the New Zealand government”.


Energy Rating contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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