National Partnership Agreement On Energy Efficiency

3) EENP National Recognition Scheme The EENP National Recognition Scheme (known as the EENP Awards) recognizes the efforts and achievements of companies and corporate teams in excellent energy management practices and energy efficiency improvements. In June of this year, we informed you of the draft energy efficiency strategy. The newly signed COAG agreement confirms the project and a media statement released on July 2 by Kevin Rudd and Peter Garrett mentions key inclusions such as: in addition to combating climate change and other environmental benefits, it is also useful for organizations to achieve energy efficiency. Reducing energy consumption allows companies to reduce operating costs, improve performance and increase productivity. access to best practices, toolkits and case studies on energy efficiency, including participation in studies/tours. The EENP Awards are organised by the National Environment Agency, the Energy Markets Authority and the Economic Development Board. The EENP Awards aim to promote a culture of sustainable improvement of energy efficiency in the industry, particularly in the major energy-consuming industries. NeA will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore Institute of Technology on the first day of NEEC. The two sides will then work together to promote and develop energy efficiency capabilities and skills in the industrial sectors; help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) improve business competitiveness and reduce energy costs. The EENP awards also aim to encourage companies to take a proactive approach to energy management by identifying and exchanging best practices for the companies they can emulate. Singapore has adopted a national approach to improving energy efficiency and reducing energy consumption in different sectors. An important aspect of this strategy for the industrial sector is an initiative known as the National Energy Efficiency Partnership (EENP) program, a voluntary partnership for companies that want to cooperate more effectively with their energy consumption.

Partners benefit by giving them access to a learning network, resources, incentives and recognition. Launched in 2010 by the National Environment Agency (NEA), the Energy Markets Authority (EMA) and the Economic Development Board (EDB), the programme has so far attracted 292 members. The agreement on the energy market in Australia has also been amended by LA COAG. The energy costs associated with the CPRS and the target renewable energy system will be passed on to consumers who regulate retail energy prices. The resulting price increases will occur at the same time as the abandonment of retail price caps, for which competition has been effective. In this way, the growth in demand for advanced energy will be managed more efficiently.

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