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The 2xEP Roadmap program is a project of the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP). A2EP is an independent, not for profit company. The Roadmap is a significant resource-intensive undertaking. A2EP has been supported financially in this work by our members and a range of partners including the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the Commonwealth Department of the Environment, the New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, the Queensland Department of Energy and Water Supply, the New South Wales Department of Industry.

We aim to deliver the national, economy-wide Roadmap no later than April 2017. In order to do that we need both financial and in-kind support. Financial support is required for research, engagement and communications. In-kind support is required for research, modelling and engagement. Your support will be acknowledged thoroughly and widely.

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The 2xEP Roadmap program is a project of the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP). A2EP is an independent, not for profit company. The Roadmap is a significant, resource-intensive undertaking. A2EP has been supported financially in this work by our members and a range of partners including: the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science; the Commonwealth Department of Energy and the Environment; the New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage; the Clean Energy Finance Corporation; the Queensland Department of Energy and Water Supply, the New South Wales Department of Industry; the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

Our mission 

2xEP aims to double Australia’s energy productivity by 2030 (from a 2010 baseline). The project is a collaborative process that plots a step change in national energy productivity - essential to boost general economic productivity, improve competitiveness and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The program is led by a steering committee of leaders in business and research. It extends across the national economy and into key sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, mining, freight, passenger transport and the built environment.

2xEP is a project of the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP)