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NCBA is the first ACP accredited to use the Public Lighting Formula
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We are delighted to announce...

NCBA is the first and only ACP accredited to use the Public Lighting Formula

This formula was introduced under the NSW Energy Savings Scheme to encourage the rollout of energy efficient street lighting by making it easier for councils to access the benefits of the Scheme. Please contact us to access the NCBA Street, Tunnel, Roads and Public Lighting method. 

NCBA can create 50% more ESCs than any other ACP

Don’t want to wait for your ESCs? NCBA now has 50% more ESCs to allocate in the market today than any other ACP – which means no delay for your returns whilst your ACP is under compulsory scheme audit.
What's been happening in Measurement and Verification?

Case Study: Data Centre Upgrade

The implementation included:
- 2 x new CRAC units
- Airflow Containment
- Process Logic Control upgrade
- IPMVP Option B All-Parameter Measurement boundary
- Acceptable Energy models created in 8 weeks (4 weeks Baseline, 4 weeks Operating)
Result: 1,371 ESCs    |     ESC gross value ~24% return on capital expenditure  

Case Study: HVAC and BMCS Upgrade

The implementation included:
- CRAC units
- 2 x Chiller upgrade    
- Pump upgrades
- AHU upgrades
- Cooling Tower upgrade
- Boiler upgrades
- BMCS upgrade to new Johnson Controls system
Acceptable energy models created after only two months of Operating Measurement Period.
IPMVP Option C whole facility measurement boundary allowed NMI data to be used as baseline so the project could proceed immediately. 
 
Result: 3,674 ESCs    |     ESC gross value ~11% return on capital expenditure

Scheme updates


NSW ESS has published new requirements about ELT product submission and have introduced a few changes as follows:
  • Non ACP submissions require two ACP sponsorship
  • Additional checklist is required for each application
  • Electrical Safety Certificate (Certificate of Suitability/Certificate of Approval) has to be issued by Australia certifier
  • LCP test report has to include the brand and model number of the driver
  • Option to use either manufacturer declaration or ISTMT to declare in-situ case temperature and drive current 
Above changes will be effective from 21 November 2016, further details here: Using Lighting Technologies for Commercial Lighting.

For additional information, please contact our Product Approval Team on (02) 9939 5559 or Elaine at admin@ncba.net.au
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