Sustainability Victoria recognises the challenges facing many Victorian businesses in accessing information, advice, and on-site support to understand the benefits of energy and materials efficiency. A key finding from businesses participating in Sustainability Victoria’s resource efficiency programs is that businesses learn from the experience of other businesses, and that business networks are a great way to share information and build capability.
A number of industry associations, business networks and registered training organisations (RTOs) have received one of our Energy Efficiency Capability grants to develop energy efficiency knowledge and skills (capabilities) in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and service providers.
The following organisations will deliver projects that build industry capabilities in energy efficiency:
The funding will enable these organisations to deliver workshops, training and tools to help businesses build knowledge and skills in energy efficiency as Victoria makes the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Projects will commence mid-2017 and be completed in early 2019.
Between 2013 and 2015 Sustainability Victoria provided training, advice, and on-site support to help small to medium sized businesses understand, plan, and implement energy and materials efficiency in partnership with industry associations and business networks. Partners in the program were:
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