Professional Energy Advice

Energy and Management Services (EMS) is a Newcastle based company which strives to achieve maximum benefit tailored energy solutions for our clients.

EMS was established in 1996, having grown from a single operator to employing a wide range of specialist staff across many disciplines. This expertise ranges from engineering (electrical, mechanical and process) to environmental (science and management) as well as scientific, business and accounting. This is essential to EMS as it increases efficiency, innovation and capacity which means that EMS has progressed to becoming a very reputable leader in its field and has secured clients around Australia with a great deal of corporate influence.

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April 12, 2021

No Need For Coal But 100 Percent Renewables ‘Too Expensive’: Grattan Institute

An Article from The Australian Financial Review 11 April 2021 - Angela Macdonald-Smith   Australia does not need coal-fired power stations to keep electricity bills down, but rushing to 100…
December 21, 2020

Household Electricity Bills Set to Fall Over Next Three Years

An Article from The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) 21 December 2020 - Kellie Bisset   Households can expect to be paying about $120 (or 9%) less for electricity in…
December 9, 2020

The EMS Story That Was 2020

The EMS Story That Was 2020 What a year 2020 has been! So much has happened, not only around the world but also here at EMS and we want to…

E21 is such a valuable tool. I have made many recommendations to my colleagues and associates about the system. Appreciate working with your great team.

Sue HassettUpper Lachlan Shire Council

Energy & Management Services are my “go to” people for our energy needs. They have recently helped us with savings on the energy contract at our new IGA supermarket at Westpoint Shopping Centre in Bathurst, as well as savings on contracts for our other sites, and help us keep our energy costs under control using monitoring devices and e21 EnergyPlus. Further to this they have assisted me with the decision to install solar.

Hamish ThompsonManaging Director - Thomleck Group

Hi Murray,

I just got my latest electricity bill and thought I would pass on to you the results. My last 3 electricity bills are as follows (note my bill period is 1st of month to last of month):

Feb 526 kwh/day 14,700 kwh/month $2,427

Mar 432 kwh/day 13,300 kwh/month $2,231

April 325 khw/day 9,749 kwh/month $1,667

Dramatic, eh! And I still have other options to implement.