Energy efficiency expo aims to help businesses cut energy costs

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Tuesday, 17 August, 2021

Energy efficiency expo aims to help businesses cut energy costs

As Australia deals with the economic impact of COVID-19, cost management is more important than ever.

Electricity prices account for a large portion of businesses’ expenses and carbon emissions, making energy management investments a strategic and cost-effective way to meet these goals.

States and territories across Australia also recognise the massive potential of energy efficiency, with the launch of new grants, policies and programs to help businesses cut energy bills and address climate change. This is an opportunity for organisations to start adopting energy efficiency practices and technologies to reduce operating costs and build greater resilience.

For this reason, Energy Efficiency Expo is returning to Melbourne this October as a face-to-face event to help businesses discover the latest energy saving technologies and unlock the full benefits of energy efficiency. This free-to-attend exhibition and conference, organised in partnership with the Energy Efficiency Council, will showcase a wide range of energy efficient products and services, such as LED lighting, energy management equipment and software, HVAC, thermal performance products and water heating efficiency technology. Featuring more than 80 speakers across two days, the conference program will focus on policy, energy systems, innovative technologies, integrated energy transition, and strategies for various sectors including manufacturing, office buildings and local government.

“The 2021 event takes place at a time where managing costs is vital in Australia. Now is the time for organisations to start implementing energy management upgrades to slash electricity bills and lower carbon emissions. Energy Efficiency Expo will provide businesses, government and industries the opportunity to connect with innovative energy solutions suppliers and gain actionable information at our conference,” said Robby Clark, Portfolio Director at Energy Efficiency Expo.

The health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and staff is the number one priority. The organisers of the event are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it evolves and working with the venue and relevant authorities to ensure the event will have the highest health and safety protocols in place.

Energy Efficiency Expo will be held from 27-28 October 2021 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Free registration is available at

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