Energy

At Net Balance, we work with our clients to understand their energy use, identify under-performing areas, and unlock energy efficiency opportunities.

Working within our Energy service line is a team of highly experienced energy efficiency auditors, equipment specialists, economists and engineers who have a detailed knowledge of the energy market and the regulatory environment. 

Our approach combines our technical engineering abilities with our business strategy experience to provide outcomes that deliver tangible benefits to our clients. Below are examples of some of the work we have done for our clients.


St Vincent’s Health Australia

Net Balance is undertaking an Energy Efficiency Opportunity (EEO) assessment at St Vincent’s Hospital in Darlinghurst. The assessment is helping St Vincent’s to comply with their EEO requirements, while also identifying significant cost savings across the facility.

Bunnings Warehouse

Net Balance is developing a strategy to assist Bunnings in achieving carbon neutral growth. As part of this work, Net Balance has conducted extensive modelling work to establish baseline and business-as-usual emissions under planned growth, identified potential energy reduction measures (through site audits and EEO work), and assessed the business case for carbon abatement for a range of options including built environment energy efficiency, clean energy generation, and passive measures.

SITA Australia

Net Balance worked with SITA to meet their requirements under the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Act. This included developing the Assessment Plan, conducting energy assessments at a range of diverse facilities, and drafting annual reports. Our approach helped SITA comply with EEO requirements in a least-cost manner.

Office of Environment and Heritage 

Net Balance was engaged by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to develop a best practice guide (and associated training program) on sub metering for energy efficiency. The guide covers why sub metering is important, how it should be implemented, and what to do with sub meter data to achieve efficiency improvements.