It makes sense to expand mandatory energy management

Given companies have a vested interest in reducing costs, there was reason to be sceptical about the Energy Efficiency Opportunities program. But the stats suggest it is working.

A regulatory impact statement has recently been released showing there are likely to be significant benefits from extending the Energy Efficiency Opportunities program to new, large energy consuming project developments such as a new mine or expansion of a chemical plant.


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