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BCA Section J

When applying for a construction certificate you will need to show that you have complied with the Energy Efficiency provisions of the Building Code of Australia (Section J).

Building regulations mandate minimum energy efficiency standards covering all buildings throughout Australia. Section J specifies a range of energy efficiency provisions that need to be complied with before a Construction Certificate can be issued.



For homes, additions and multi units (in NSW) a BASIX Certificate is required before a Development Application is issued. Obtaining a BASIX Certificate means your design has met certain energy and water use objectives.


The National Australian Built Environment Rating System – NABERS Rating Scheme (formerly ABGR) (Energy, Water, Indoor Environment, Waste Rating) is an initiative to help building owners and tenants across Australia benchmark their greenhouse performance.


The Building Energy Efficiency Certificate (BEEC) consists of two certifications including the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) Energy rating and the Tenancy Lighting Assessment (TLA).


Green Star is an internationally recognised sustainability rating system. It’s Australia’s only national, voluntary rating system for buildings and communities. Green Star offers a trusted framework of best practice benchmarks for sustainability and aims to improve environmental efficiencies in buildings.

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