The Energy Efficiency Certificate Creators Association (EECCA) is the peak national, independent association representing and self-regulating businesses that are accredited to create and trade in energy efficiency certificates in market-based energy efficiency schemes in Australia. These activities underpin the energy efficiency schemes which facilitate the installation of energy efficient products and services to households and businesses. Schemes are established in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Australian Capital Territory. A national scheme also operates with broader deliverables.
EECCA was established in 2013, formed from EECC Group which commenced in 2009. Current EECCA members represent the majority of the energy efficiency certificate creation market in Australia. There are approximately 150 active accredited creators in Australia employing more than 4000 people. An estimated 350 businesses work within the schemes delivering energy efficient products and services.
Membership is available to organisations that are:
EECCA purpose - advocate for energy efficiency schemes growth
EECCA advocates that market-based energy efficiency schemes in Australia:
For further information, please contact: Bruce Easton, President on 0417 568 918 or Ric Brazzale, Board Member on 0419 522 659