News & events


  • Energy Efficiency Snapshots (January 2015) 12 Feb 2015

    ESC creation in January was one of the lowest in 3 years (101,365) and metered baseline certificates accounted for 68 per cent of creation.

  • Energy Efficiency Snapshots (December 2014) 09 Jan 2015

    Creation of both ESCs and VEECs were up in December, with VEECs having the second highest creation month in 2014.  The top certificate creators for the 2014 calendar year were Demand Manger (ESCs) and Easy Being Green (VEECs).

  • Energy Efficiency Snapshots (November 2014) 09 Dec 2014

    • There are now sufficient registered VEECs available to meet the 2014 target. Assuming the 2015 target will remain at 5.4 million and 400,000 certificates are required for liquidity float, 5.2 million certificates are required to meet the 2015 target. This means an average of 85,759 VEECs need to be created every week to end January 2016.

    • 83,983 certificates were created in November. This is the lowest monthly creation since January 2012.

  • Review of VEET Studies 14 Jul 2014

    A new report commissioned by the Energy Efficiency Council, A new report commissioned by the Energy Efficiency Council, Brotherhood of St Laurence and Energy Efficiency Certificate CreatorGovernment modelling on the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET).

  • Current VEEC creation and required target 28 May 2014

    On 21 May the State Government announced that the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) will end after 2015 compliance has been completed. While this was not the announcement that the industry was hoping for and, putting aside the possibility of a change in government, it has defined the requirements for the remaining life of the scheme.


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