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 savings schemes which facilitate the installation of energy efficient products and services to households and businesses. Members represent the majority of the energy efficiency certificate creation market in Australia. Schemes are established in Vic, NSW, SA and ACT. Members also include product and service suppliers to accredited providers within the schemes. As well, the EECCA represents member interests in national initiatives that include energy efficiency. The EECCA was established in 2013, formed from the EECC Group which commenced in 2009.

Member types

Membership is available to organisations that are:

  1. accredited certificate creators and traders in Australia;
  2. product and service suppliers to accredited providers within the schemes; and
  3. key stakeholders (eg government and non-government agencies and academic institutions with an interest in energy efficiency).

EECCA purpose - advocate for energy savings schemes' growth

The EECCA advocates that market-based energy schemes in Australia:

  • be expanded and extended to all jurisdictions, with targets increased and harmonisation critical across schemes;
  • address market barriers, empower customers, reduce customer bills and deliver cost-effective greenhouse gas emission reductions;
  • stimulate investment in new, and more, energy efficient technology, jobs and skills; and
  • maximise benefits to consumers.

EECCA objectives

. Promote and represent the interests of members;

. Engage and work with members, governments, scheme administrators, regulators and other stakeholders to:

  • improve and promote the integrity of energy efficiency markets;
  • improve schemes processes, rules, monitoring and compliance, industry performance and best practice by agents;
  • address issues affecting the industry and the implementation of energy efficiency activities generally; 
  • provide information about the cost and effectiveness of the schemes and energy efficiency in general; and
  • maintain high levels of community confidence and political support.

.  Raise membership funds to support other objectives.

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