This page provides information about the NABERS baseline method
About this method
The NABERS baseline method can be used to calculate energy savings for improvements in the NABERS rating of a commercial building. In this method, the term ‘energy’ may refer to electricity, gas, or both.
To use this method, you must have or will have a certiﬁed NABERS rating issued by the NABERS National Administrator for each building from which you may create energy savings certiﬁcates.
NABERS ratings can be applied to oﬃce buildings, shopping centres, hotels and data centres
Using the NABERS Baseline method
Method Guide: NABERS Baseline364.46KB PDF FileV3.1 May 2017
The Method Guide provides information required to conduct activities using this method of the ESS Rule. This version was published following amendments to the ESS Rule in April 2017
Template Nomination Form
The Energy Savings Scheme Rule of 2009 allows an original energy saver to nominate an Accredited Certificate Provider as the energy saver in relation to the implementation of a recognised energy saving activity at a particular site. Such a nomination must be in the form and manner approved by the Scheme Administrator. Templates for nomination forms can be found on the Templates page.