Energy Efficiency Workshop

How to cut energy use in commercial buildings

Unlike other energy efficiency workshops, this full-day workshop takes a hands on approach to energy efficiency by giving you practical training. Our sessions will get down to the brass tacks of how to cut energy-use in your commercial buildings, save money, cut carbon emissions and enhance your reputation.

Key Benefits and Learning Outcomes:

  • Insure yourself against energy price rises
  • Learn how others have saved energy with case studies
  • Develop an Energy Management Plan for your organisation
  • Learn the one thing that could cut your energy usage by over $10,000 a year – with no capital expense!
  • Overview of Government policy sticks and carrots
  • Reduce energy consumption in older buildings

All participants will have direct consultation with Bruce, as well as two followup consultation calls.


Tues 17th July
Wed 18th July


To reserve your place
call CarbonetiX on
1300 311 763

or email

Who Should Attend:

Facility managers
Asset managers
Energy managers
“Hands On” Sustainability
Any one wanting to achieve
real energy savings

About the Instructor

Bruce Rowse
B. Eng (Mech), MBA
AIRAH accredited energy auditor

Not only is Bruce one of Australia’s leading energy efficiency engineers, he is an outstanding presenter and teacher. As the founder and managing director of CarbonetiX, he has first hand experience in a wide range of organisations and buildings.

In the past Bruce has worked with organisations including Country Road, Linfox, Telstra, Department of Education (in four states) and a great many local governments.

From past participants

It was great to focus on the tried-and-tested practical solutions that work in commercial and government buildings to improve energy efficiency delivered by experienced professionals with a great breadth and depth of technical knowledge.

Dora Novak, Colac Shire Council

Our participation… helped us reduce our electricity use by a further 15%

Ben Morris, Municipal Association of Victoria