Environment and Energy Efficiency Data

From The Proptech Cloud

Energy supply data and NABERS energy rating data to guide decisions on energy sourcing as part of a robust sustainability strategy.

TPC Environment & Energy Efficiency Data

Data Overview

The Proptech Cloud’s Environment and Energy Efficiency Data listing includes data sets from several Australian organisations that have made their data freely available under Creative Commons licencing.

The following details the data providers and their data sets.

Australian Government Clean Energy Register (NGER)

The National Greenhouse and Energy Register records all persons that have registered under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007​ (NGER Act).​

By 28 February each year the Clean Energy Regulator must publish the name of each person that was registered under the NGER Act for the previous reporting year.
Website: National greenhouse and energy reporting data

National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS)

NABERS is a national initiative managed by the NSW Government on behalf of the Federal, State and Territory governments of Australia.

NABERS provides simple, reliable, and comparable sustainability measurement you can trust across building sectors like hotels, shopping centres, apartments, offices, data centres, and more.

A NABERS rating helps you to accurately measure, understand, and communicate the environmental performance of your building while identifying areas for cost savings and future improvements.

Website: Nabers

Australian Government – Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR)

Building Energy Efficiency Register
The CBD Downloadable Data Set is a compilation of the entire Building Energy Efficiency Register since its commencement in 2011 until 2020.

Disclaimer: While the Australian Government uses reasonable endeavours to monitor the quality of information available on the CBD website and to update this information regularly, it does not guarantee, and accepts no legal liability whatsoever arising from, or in connection with, the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of any material contained on this website or on any linked site. The Australian Government recommends that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to their use of the CBD website, and the information contained in the CBD Downloadable Data Set.

Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

AEMO’s role is to manage the electricity and gas systems and markets across Australia, helping to ensure Australians have access to affordable, secure and reliable energy.

Data sets available include:

  • PASA outputs, and Generation and Load data

Website: AEMO

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Data on energy supply can help companies make more informed decisions about sourcing energy from sustainable resources.

By understanding the energy landscape, companies can anticipate risks related to energy price volatility, supply chain disruptions, and regulatory changes, thus strengthening governance.

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NABERS ratings form the basis of a robust sustainability strategy. They provide a fair benchmark for a building’s energy and water efficiency, enabling comparison across the industry.