Energy Action has extensive experience in helping operators and owners of commercial buildings with the management of energy costs, improvement of asset performance and meeting certification benchmarks. Office buildings, hotels, shopping centres and councils have all benefited from our energy management services. As their trusted business partner, we have helped them better understand and improve their day-to-day energy usage.

Energy Action Commercial BuildingsIt all starts with effective energy procurement. Our energy procurement service, powered by the Australian Energy Exchange, is the country's leading energy exchange for electricity and gas suppliers. Through a reverse auction process, retailers bid against each other for the right to supply your energy contract, which ensures you save costs through obtaining the best available price. To ensure the procurement savings are realised, we can also provide Contract Management and Environmental Reporting services delivering contract administration, trend and spending reports, bill validation and annual energy review services across the life of your procurement contract.

Given the competitive nature of commercial operations and the fact that some buildings may run 24 hours a day, energy efficiency initiatives have a significant impact on lowering the operating costs of buildings.

As the leading provider of NABERS and CBD assessments, Energy Efficiency AuditsCompliancy Reporting and Environmentally Sustainable Design Services, our specialist team offers end-end services across the lifecycle of a commercial buildings energy management requirements.

The financial outcomes of effective energy efficiency initiatives can be dramatic. In our experience, 85 per cent of Australia's energy consuming building stock could reduce consumption by up to 30 per cent simply by operating more intelligently. In conjunction to smarter operations, we undertake capital projects such as Solar Installations, Lighting Retrofits and Power Factor Correction, where there is a clear payback case for investing in improved supply and demand side technologies.

Case Study - Bank Australia energy efficiency upgrade