Ecosave’s COO quoted in Sourceable article Robin Archibald, COO Ecosave, comments on the The Federal Government’s Direct Action, Emissions Reductions Fund (ERF) white paper and how the manufacturing sector can take advantage of no upfront … more
Rising energy costs pushing local manufacturing jobs offshore Rising energy costs and lack of reliable supply are threatening to push Australia’s red meat processing offshore. The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) is currently conducting a … more
Some business owners breathed a sigh of relief when the 1st July 2013 NSW energy increases were announced. After last year’s staggering 16% average rise, this year’s increase was a mere 1.7% percent on average for electricity.
Ecosave listed and growing on the strength of retrofit market By Tina Perinotto (18 Nov, 2013) Energy and water efficiency services company Ecosave listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in January this year at $1. … more
Energy efficiency: Reduced demand – what’s the problem? The Productivity Commission’s recent report stated that reducing energy consumption through energy efficiency measures does not contribute to peak demand control measures. Business Spectator says: This view … more
Following the announcement by the Essential Services Commission, businesses in Victoria are set to face a steep increase in water prices but what does that really mean in dollar value? The increases come as part … more
In 2012, Australia’s national inventory emissions per capita were roughly 24.4 tonnes carbon dioxide (CO2-e) per person. Only five countries in the world ranked higher; Bahrain, Bolivia, Brunei, Kuwait and Qatar. The energy sector (stationary … more
The University of Canberra has carried-out an energy assessment of its four storey library building and has implemented an energy efficiency programme that is set to save the university $101,700 per year… Ecosave was contracted to provide energy saving solutions for the facility.