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Video: What suppliers need to know

How the E3 Program affects suppliers of products regulated for energy efficiency in Australia.


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Overview

If you're an importer, manufacturer or supplier of products regulated for energy efficiency in Australia, there are legal requirements you must meet.

On this page, you’ll find information about:

  • the legislation that gives rise to your legal obligations
  • the steps involved in registering a product
  • the GEMS Regulator’s compliance and monitoring program, and what it means for you; and
  • a list of products detailing which ones need to be registered.

Registration Database

Suppliers can use the registration database to view all products that are registered under the GEMS Act.

Search the Registration Database This page is also available in Chinese

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Search the Registration Database

Use the registration database to view and compare all products registered under the GEMS Act.

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Energy Rating Calculator

Compare the energy efficiency of fridges, televisions and computer monitors, clothes washers and dryers, dishwashers, and air conditioners.

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Light Bulb Saver app

Learn how choosing more efficient light bulbs can save you money – download the free Light Bulb Saver app now on the Apple App Store or Google Play.

More information

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Download the Calculator app

Use the Energy Rating Calcualtor app to compare the energy efficiency and running costs of similar products.

Apps

The Energy Rating Label

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Labelling

The E3 Program oversees labelling to ensure consumers have information on the energy efficiency of a product. Products are labelled so that the information is available at the point-of-sale. 

This allows consumers to take into account how much an appliance will cost to run, when deciding which model to buy.

Labelling resources

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Using the label online and in advertising

Selling, supplying or advertising appliances? Learn how to use the Energy Rating Icon on your website and in advertisements.

Labelling resources

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How to use the Energy Rating Label

Learn how to use the Energy Rating Label to compare the energy efficiency and running costs of models.

How to use the label

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