World’s first solar-powered menorah reinforces the idea that Hanukkah is a celebration of renewable fuels and/or burning them very, very efficiently.
Tag: "energy efficiency"
Reports highlight declining health of Victorian environment, and pattern of broken green policy promises under the state Coalition government.
Could the most obvious future energy choice be the fuel we don’t use? The IEA’s inaugural Energy Efficiency Market Report reveals a market with investment levels on par with fossil fuels and renewables, and begs the question: should energy efficiency be considered the world’s ‘hidden fuel’ or ‘first fuel’?
Data from City of Sydney’s Better Buildings Partnership shows energy efficiency is producing big savings for commercial property landlords.
The average family home in the US generates more than 160,000 pounds of greenhouse gasses a year. Does building an energy efficient house pay off?
Government dedicates $3.59m to improving energy efficiency in Victoria’s office buildings, as the state’s latest 5 star green example is unveiled.
Green Building Council Australia finds more energy efficient buildings could save the federal govt $35m a year on electricity costs alone.
US public housing uses almost 40 per cent more energy per square foot than privately owned housing. But affordable and efficient is possible.
Australian households and businesses can achieve ‘energy freedom’ by generating more energy than they use and removing gas as an energy source.
ZCA plan outlines how Australia’s existing buildings could cut energy use in half, go gas-free and become renewable energy power-houses in 10 years.
Energetics’ re-forecast of Australian emissions shows the impact of falling electricity consumption. But that doesn’t mean we can relax the 2020 target.
Govt study shows national energy saving scheme could deliver up to $5.3bn in economic benefits, cut power bills by 10%. So where’s the fanfare?
CEFC study finds billions of dollars can be saved from customer bills, and reduced consumption, by a co-ordinated approach to demand management.