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Electricity broader outcomes

The government has made it a priority to achieve broader outcomes that go beyond the immediate purchase of goods and services.

An energy strategy has been implemented by the government that has four priority areas focused on achieving a productive and low emissions economy. The priority areas are;

  1. Diverse resource development
  2. Environmental responsibility
  3. Efficient use of energy
  4. Secure and affordable energy

Agencies can support the energy strategy and attain greater energy sustainability through implementing an energy management programme. Key components of a good energy management plan are:

  1. Accountability – establishing who is responsible for monitoring energy consumption is a good start to reducing energy use.
  2. Staff engagement – having staff more conscious of energy usage can assist in achieving energy sustainability broader outcomes.
  3. Information and data analysis – capturing data to better understand your agencies energy use is fundamental to lowering emissions.
  4. Action plan – what are the best short and long term opportunities for reducing energy usage? 
  5. Communication – show case activity and results from energy saving measures.
  6. Governance – implement a structure and process for decision-making, prioritising actions and monitoring progress.

Counties Manukau Health (CMH) have seen the effects of a programme of monitoring and optimising their heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system, which is saving them hundreds of thousands of dollars in operational costs per year. For more details on CMH's plan and the results they have seen from it, check the Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority (EECA) website.

Continuous commissioning at Counties Manukau clinic - GEN LESS

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