Changes to the NSW Energy Saver Program

The Energy Saver program makes it easier to finance energy efficiency upgrades and has already assisted businesses in identifying energy savings opportunities and delivering cost savings of millions of dollars per year. However, the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) have recognised many industries that still have untapped potential to make worthwhile savings. The current […]

Energy Saver Short Term Promotional Offer

In order to increase activity and delivery of energy savings in target sectors and technologies, OEH are offering short term increases to the subsidies available. These will be to approved businesses for Level 2 Audits and Measurement and Verification (M&V) activities until 30th April 2014. OEH were originally offering a 50% subsidy on level 2 […]

EMS becomes an Accredited Certificate Provider

EMS has recently gained IPART approval as Accredited Certificate Providers (ACP’s) for the NSW Energy Savings Scheme (ESS). The ESS creates a financial incentive for clients undertaking projects which reduce electricity consumption. It provides new opportunities for energy saving equipment and technologies to be provided to businesses and households. Since the beginning of this scheme […]

Australian Electricity Costs in Comparison

A paper has been released by the Energy Users Association of Australia that looks at our rising electricity costs in comparison to the rest of the world. The outcomes are quite interesting (or not, if you have noticed the recent hike in your bills!) and it reveals that we are now paying close to the […]

Energy for Small Business Program Closure

The Energy Efficiency for Small Business Program (EESBP) that was run and funded by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) has officially ended. EMS was proud to be a founding part of the program by assisting over 600 businesses covering from the South Coast through our local Hunter Region, and to the far North […]

What will happen to electricity prices in 2013?

The month of January 2013 has certainly proven that we live in a sunburnt country of droughts and flooding rains. With the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) having reported maximum temperatures approaching 50 degrees and daily rainfalls exceeding 400mm in eastern states, electricity markets have started the year with plenty of meteorological dynamics to consider. Hot […]

Congratulations Hunter Water Corporation

Over the past 3 years, Hunter Water Corporation has embarked on a significant journey towards becoming more energy efficient, and Energy & Management Services is proud to have played a part in delivering savings for HWC, that now total over $1M each year.  There have been about 40 different initiatives that together contribute to this […]

Want to avoid being caught out of contract?

It’s easy to lose track of when your next electricity contract is up for negotiation, and even easier still not to notice if your Retailer is over charging you… Your electricity bill can make for rather complicated reading! We want to help make your life that little bit easier. As the exclusive distributor of E21 […]

Savings and Renewable Energy

Some clients have asked us to review proposals they have received for solar installations within their businesses. From the experience gained as a part of the review process, we can now confidently state that all proposals ought to be specifically evaluated, taking into account the particular costing structure for that location. We make this statement […]

Where are electricity prices headed?

There has been a lot of talk, particularly regarding solar installations, that electricity prices are going up and will continue upwards, so the implication is that renewable alternatives will become more commercially attractive over time. Whilst we have no argument against the increased use of renewable energy, we do take exception to claims that electricity […]

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