USQ Springfield has launched a new dual degree program, the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Accounting and Sustainable Business (BSBC).
The four-year dual program is aimed at producing the next generation of graduates qualified to guide business through the process of becoming sustainable in terms of business practices, carbon emissions and energy management.
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has released a discussion paper that reviews its strategic priorities for energy market development.
This is the second review of strategic priorities for energy market development, with AEMC completing their first review in 2011.
This new review is considering whether existing strategic priorities remain appropriate in light of advances.
17 April, 2013
The Clean Energy Regulator has developed a new online reporting system which will be used by all liable entities required to report their emissions, energy consumption and production under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) Scheme.
The system, called the Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) will replace the Online System for Comprehensive.
Master Electricians Australia has urged the Queensland Government to formalise the energy audit industry and help prevent scammers from conducting energy audits on homes.
Master Electricians Australia Queensland state manager Stephen King called on the state government to endorse energy efficiency and assessment qualification as a prerequisite for performing in-home energy audits in the state.
Standards Australia has encouraged interested stakeholders to participate in the public comment process for AS/NZS 3598:2000 Energy audits.
Energy audits and surveys are investigations of energy use for a defined audit object, such as a manufacturing site. An energy audit is an important step for an organization, whatever its size or type, wanting to improve its.
Vinyl Council of Australia teams with major partner Baxter to educate interested hospitals and extend the program.
The Vinyl Council of Australia is launching this week helpful education resources for the healthcare industry to implement recycling of commonly used PVC medical products.
Australian healthcare consumes over 50 million IV fluid bags a year made from PVC as.