About Us

Our History

Leaders in the Australian environmental assessment sector

NettZero is a 100% Australian owned and operated sustainability consultancy which caters to a wide variety of sustainability demands within the built environment sector. Our services go above and beyond, giving stakeholders and organisations the opportunity to engage with the right people, at the right time, with the right information.

NettZero is a leading provider of built environment and sustainability services, with experienced engineers operating across Australia. Established in 2007, NettZero has had a long-standing history in providing clients with exceptional knowledge and expertise on NABERS assessments and sustainability initiatives, empowering them to make well-informed decisions concerning sustainability ambitions and goals. Our dedicated team of engineers specialise in improving environmental performance of commercial property assets, from concept design modelling, to energy and water auditing.

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Our Philosophy

Optimising Operational Efficiency

Our mission is to make a positive impact on the existing commercial building sector, their tenants and the broader business community by assisting them to effectively measure, manage and reduce their energy and water consumption. 

The first step for any organisation in addressing their energy inefficiencies or green house gas emissions is to benchmark their current performance. Once a benchmark has been established then all initiatives can be effectively measured and evaluated against the benchmark. It also allows cost savings to be matched against any expenses incurred.

Our Team

We're experts when it
comes to sustainability.

NettZero have a team of experienced Sustainability Engineers who are also NABERS Assessors, Green Star Performance and Indoor Air Quality Professionals and Energy Auditors on staff, and we have been conducting NABERS ratings since early 2008. We are members of the Green Building Council of Australia, the Association of Building Sustainability Assessors (ABSA) and the Energy Efficiency Council. 

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