Save Energy While Working From Home

Working and schooling from home is probably here to stay for a while whether we like it or not and it has pushed our use and cost of energy up. Lighting and heating our homes during the day when usually none is home and running our computers all cost money. But there are a couple…

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Practical solutions to the climate emergency

Climate Leaders come together to share practical solutions to the climate emergency. [Image: Sydney News & Life]   As bushfires rage across Australia, it is safe to say that concerns over the impacts of climate change have reached fever pitch. With almost 70 councils, including the City of Sydney and the City of Melbourne, declaring…

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Rising energy costs are on the minds of people across the country at present. The graph below shows the unprecedented rise in wholesale energy costs. Across the board, prices have doubled over the past five years. Now Origin, Energy Australia and AGL have all announced price increases for electricity and gas starting from July 1,…

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National energy efficiency conference

At the recent Energy Efficiency Council National Conference, Ecovantage CEO, Bruce Easton, described how rebates within the schemes have made products free to the householder and without them, we would never have successfully installed products in over 1.5 million households to date. Without a compelling driver (profit), the number of installed energy efficiency products, lights,…

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Mal Boyd

Mal Boyd, our in-house draught proofing expert and all round energy efficiency guru, recently ran a ‘Get Ready for Winter Workshop’ for the City of Whitehorse council in Melbourne. The workshop was provided free and was advertised in the local area via a letterbox drop and through the council section of the local paper. Some…

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