Professional Energy Advice

Energy and Management Services (EMS) is a Newcastle based company which strives to achieve maximum benefit tailored energy solutions for our clients.

EMS was established in 1996, having grown from a single operator to employing a wide range of specialist staff across many disciplines. This expertise ranges from engineering (electrical, mechanical and process) to environmental (science and management) as well as scientific, business and accounting. This is essential to EMS as it increases efficiency, innovation and capacity which means that EMS has progressed to becoming a very reputable leader in its field and has secured clients around Australia with a great deal of corporate influence.

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July 26, 2019

Hold Them or Fold Them

The million-dollar question is when to go to market to renew electricity contracts. For those customers who had contracts expiring in 2019, many held off going to market in Q1,…
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July 26, 2019

The Gas Market July 2019

Gas is a vital part of the electricity generation market and as such it helps to determine electricity price on the east coast. Prices in the eastern states have soared…
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July 26, 2019

Electricity Futures July 2019

The recent historical trend that has seen Q1 and Q2 as an opportune time to recontract contrasts with current events. Post Cal 2018 saw contract and futures prices rise aggressively…

Energy and Management Services have provided consulting services to the Manildra Group since 2006 in areas including electricity and gas procurement, billing verification, cost optimisation, network connection agreements and independent sourcing of renewable energy certificates.

Their expertise and innovative approach has continuously delivered value, often in unexpected ways, and with seriously good cost outcomes. Their insights into energy pricing has been particularly helpful to Manildra, with the majority of our sites benefiting from their analysis and advice.

The e21 EnergyPlus bill verification and energy management software continues to deliver real savings, not just hypothetical savings. Any large customer not checking their bills with this software is potentially spending considerable dollars unnecessarily. The savings identified over the years would have never been uncovered from normal checking of the bills received.

We are very happy with our relationship with EMS and highly recommend their services.

Brian Hanley

Business Communication Centre had a timer installed on our Hot Water System which we have activating for 2 Hours on a Monday and Wednesday Morning (giving us sufficient hot water for the week).

We have also been powering off computers at close of business each day that are not required to be on overnight.

This has resulted in our Electricity Bill dropping by half, from $2,350 for a quarter, to $1,150 for the last quarter (which had everything in place for the complete quarter).

Thanks for your help on advising what we could to do reduce our power consumption.

Trent GoodallManaging Director – Business Communication Centre

Hi Murray,

I just got my latest electricity bill and thought I would pass on to you the results. My last 3 electricity bills are as follows (note my bill period is 1st of month to last of month):

Feb 526 kwh/day 14,700 kwh/month $2,427

Mar 432 kwh/day 13,300 kwh/month $2,231

April 325 khw/day 9,749 kwh/month $1,667

Dramatic, eh! And I still have other options to implement.

Cheers,

Chris