A 15-storey, B-grade commercial office building in Sydney will reduce its energy use by 30% thanks to financing from the CEFC through an EUA.
Category: Smart Buildings
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Photon Energy Australia has switched on one of Australia’s biggest rooftop solar installations: a 284kWp array on top of an office building in Sydney’s CBD.
Australia’s energy productivity has fallen from world’s best to one of the worst. Now, with a hopelessly inefficient delivery system and soaring fossil fuel prices, it is being urged to finally get serious about energy efficiency.
The global energy efficiency market was worth more than $400 billion in 2012, and the creation of ‘negawatts’ (electricity not consumed) has proven to be a lot cheaper than building new generation. In Australia, though, government decisions have brought the sector to a standstill.