Gas measurement and monitoring

If you spend a significant amount on energy each year but don’t monitor its use, it’s like employing someone and not knowing what they’re doing. Our Gas Measurement and Monitoring Guide is here to help.

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Gas is a significant cost to a lot of businesses. Metering equipment can be expensive and complex. If you have clear goals, you can develop a targeted and cost-effective monitoring plan. What’s more, spending money on monitoring gas usage can actually save you money.

Why targeted gas metering?

Targeted metering will:

  • identify equipment that might be running unnecessarily
  • help optimise production schedules to reduce peak usage
  • identify and test efficiency projects.

Download the gas measurement and monitoring guide (PDF 1MB)

Download the gas measurement and monitoring plan template

Download the gas monitoring systems commissioning template

If you have any questions, or would like to provide feedback, please email us at gas.efficiency [at] environment.nsw.gov.au or give us a call on 02 9995 6100.

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