Common Capital is working with the Victorian Government on a short but important survey of the national energy efficiency and building services industry.
The survey is being distributed through over 20 industry associations across the building and energy services market. It is aimed at organisations involved in the supply management of building materials, appliances, equipment or production processes that influence energy consumption.
The results of this survey will be used to:
- Demonstrate the significance of HVAC&R and other related industries to the economy
- Help industry organisations engage with government and advocate on behalf of all industry stakeholders
- Help the Victorian government with energy efficiency policy marking
The survey takes around 15 minutes (per organisation) to complete, if the person completing it has on-hand estimates about the the organisation’s energy saving goods and services, the total number of employees in the organisation, and a general understanding of their split by role and location.
Common Capital is conducting this survey as part of a broader research project on behalf of the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), with support from AIRAH and a number of other industry associations.
“Given how crucial good policy is to our sector, and the current political environment, we strongly encourage industry members to complete it,” says Common Capital.
Responses are due by 9am on September 3.
Those who complete the survey for their business will go into the draw for a $1,000 Visa debit card.