Energy Efficient Strategies (EES) provides policy development, program and technical support for the development and implementation of energy efficiency programs. EES provides specialist skills in the area of residential energy use, for both appliances and building shells and has considerable experience in the area of commercial and industrial equipment. EES staff have extensive experience in the development, implementation and maintenance of various energy information programs, particularly those related to energy labelling. EES also specialises in the development and impact assessment of energy efficiency standards (MEPS) and performance requirements for appliances, equipment and buildings.

EES has extensive international experience and contacts in the field of energy policy. In particular, EES is an acknowledged world expert in the area of energy labelling and Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) for appliances and equipment. EES staff also have extensive Australian and international experience in the development of test procedures and standards for the measurement of energy consumption and performance for appliances and equipment. EES staff are certified users of NatHERS software for house energy rating in Australia and have extensive experience in modelling household heating and cooling energy requirements using First Rate software and the AccuRate modelling software developed by the CSIRO, including the use of batching software. EES staff also have extensive experience in the assessment and planning for renewable energy sources.

EES's in house expertise includes such aspects as the assessment of data requirements, data analysis, market impact and market trend analysis, customer's needs and utility objectives. EES has extensive experience in the specification, installation and operation of end use measurement equipment. EES also has a high level of expertise in the handling and analysis of large information databases as well as extensive experience in development of complex models for energy forecasting, stock modelling and economic analysis for appliances (such as regulatory impact statements), equipment and buildings. EES has extensive experience in analysing end use data to develop advisory or customer information programs. EES holds extensive databases on the energy and performance characteristics and trends of appliance and equipment models sold in Australian and international markets. EES also has substantial experience in the creation and maintenance of web sites, including interactive appliance listings.

EES can work both as an independent consultant or with other consulting groups on a consortium basis for larger projects. Provision of specialist services such as marketing or market research field staff can be provided through associated consulting groups.