Friday, June 23, 2017

Ten organisations spanning a broad spectrum of NSW businesses have been recognised as part of a NSW Government initiative to recognise outstanding achievements in energy productivity.

Delivered by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) in partnership with the Australian Alliance to Save Energy, the inaugural Energy Productivity in Action event held in Sydney in June celebrated real-world examples of organisations that have improved their business performance through better use of energy.

With OEH support, the ten organisations achieved combined annual bill savings of more than $3.3 million, including a reduction in energy use by 42,300 MWh. In the process, these businesses have also unlocked productivity benefits, including reduced machinery downtime, increased throughputs, improved staff wellbeing and deferred need for plant upgrades. Action Matters is a program run by OEH.

Watch the case study videos here

Visit the Action Matters website here