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A city-wide LED streetlight retrofit

Ipswich City Council

IPSWICH, QLD

Ipswich City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to implement an iconic street lightng project to change over 2,616 street lights in 11 suburbs of South East QLD to energy efficient LED technology.

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Accelerating Energy Efficiency Improvements to Parramatta’s Central Business District

Parramatta City Council

PARRAMATTA, NSW

This Project aims to fast-track significant energy efficiency improvements to major Council energy consuming sites within the Parramatta CBD. The project includes: 1. The Riverside Theatres, which is the 2nd largest Council power consuming site in the CBD; and; 2. The CBD's four multi-storey car parks, which combined are the 4th largest Council power consuming site in the CBD, and provide over 75,000m2 of car parking or 2959 car spaces for daily commuters and visitors to Parramatta.
The project will focus on actions to deliver the following energy efficiency outcomes:1. Reduce energy consumption by 928,612 kWh p.a. (37%); 2. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 835 tCO2 p.a.; 3. Reduce energy costs to the Parramatta community by around $1.9 million over 10 years (at current electricity prices); and 4. Motivate and encourage those who visit, live, and work in Parramatta to improve their own energy management practices.

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Alice Springs Library Air Conditioning Upgrade

Alice Springs Town Council

ALICE SPRINGS, NT

Alice Springs Town Council was awarded Australian Government funding to replace the air -conditioning units at the Public Library located in Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

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Beat the Heat!

Uniting Communities (UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide)

The Beat the Heat project engaged and assisted low income private rental households by providing energy efficiency information, access to financial capital and delivery of the Landlord-Tenant Split

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Bright Beginnings

Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS)

The Bright Beginnings project engaged and assisted households with refugee backgrounds to be more energy efficient during their settlement in Australia by trialling four different approaches.

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Castle Hill RSL Club Trigeneration Project

Castle Hill RSL Club Ltd

CASTLE HILL, NSW

Castle Hill RSL Club was awarded Australian Government funding to install a trigeneration system to provide electricity, heating and cooling at their club facility in Castle Hill, New South Wales.

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Change street lights from inefficient technology to super-efficient 30 watt alternatives and raise awareness of energy efficiency with residents

City of Greater Dandenong

DANDENONG, VIC

The City of Greater Dandenong received Australian Government funding to upgrade 5,320 inefficient streetlights with LEDs across the municipality in Victoria.

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City of Armadale Champion Centre LED lighting and Insulation Retrofit Project Plan

City of Armadale

ARMADALE, WA

The City of Armadale received Australian Government funding to retrofit internal and external lighting and to upgrading ceiling insulation at the Champion Centre, Seville Grove, Western Australia.

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City of Boroondara – Sustainable Lighting Project

City of Boroondara

CAMBERWELL, VIC

The City of Boroondara's project will switch approximately 6,450 streetlights from inefficient Mercury Vapour 80W streetlights to energy efficient T5 lights on its residential streets.

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City of Vincent community energy efficiency upgrades - Administration Centre, Library, Recreation Centre, Leisure Centre, and Tennis Club

City of Vincent

LEEDERVILLE, WA

The City of Vincent received Australian Government funding to make energy efficient upgrades at various facilities in the Leederville Western Australia area.

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Cogeneration and Geothermal Upgrade in the City of Fremantle Leisure Centre

City of Fremantle

FREMANTLE, WA

This project will implement a hybrid co-generation and geothermal system for pool heating at the Leisure Centre and a tri-generation system at the heritage listed Arts Centre to significantly reduce energy costs and improve the amenity of the heritage building that does not currently have space heating and cooling for public areas

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Cogeneration at aquatic centre

Wagga Wagga City Council

WAGGA WAGGA, NSW

Wagga Wagga City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to install a cogeneration plant at the Oasis Aquatic Centre, Morgan Street, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. 

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Cogeneration at Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre Eco Living Precinct Project

Rural City of Wangaratta

WANGARATTA, VIC

This project will provide cogeneration at the Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre to save energy usage and greenhouse gas and to also enhance the sustainability demonstration features at the Barr Reserve Ecoliving Precinct by increasing the demonstration of sustainability to the community and extend the EcoLiving education program.

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Community Energy Efficiency Program Moorleigh Community Village

Glen Eira City Council

CAULFIELD, VIC

Glen Eira City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to undertake energy efficiency measures at the Moorleigh Community Village building in Bentleigh East, Victoria.

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Do Something to Reduce Your Energy Bills

Do Something!

Newtown, NSW

Do Something’s Energy Cut project developed sector-specific energy efficiency materials for small to medium-sized businesses and community groups across 20 industries, including: aged care, butcheries, hairdressers, newsagents, offices, restaurants and retailers.

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Draught proofing, skylights, double glazing, insulation, pool blanket and pool heating at the public swimming pool, youth club hall, community neighbourhood and community education centres

Corryong Neighbourhood House Inc

CORRYONG, VIC

Corryong Neighbourhood Centre received Australian Government funding to install energy efficiency upgrades at four facilities in Corryong, Victoria.

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Enabling Energy Efficiency for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse SMEs and Community Organisations

Community Migrant Resource Centre

Parramatta , NSW

The Community Migrant Resource Centre (CMRC) has developed energy assessment tools and resources for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) community organisations and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) so that they can make informed decisions about energy efficiency and reduce operational costs.

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Energy efficiency and thermal upgrades at community precinct buildings including the Administration Centre, Community Centre, Library and Great Lakes Art Centre, and Tea Gardens District Office and Library.

Great Lakes Council

FORSTER, NSW

Great Lakes Council will be implementing energy efficiency and thermal upgrades in their Administration Centre, Community Centre, Library and Great Lakes Art Centre, Tea Gardens, District Office and the Library. Select public areas will be upgraded to stand alone solar lighting.

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Energy efficiency indoor lighting upgrades in 59 facilities across NSW

Police and Community Youth Clubs NSW

WHALAN, NSW

The Police and Community Youth Clubs (PCYC) NSW project aims to improve the energy efficiency of PCYC's 59 clubs across NSW. This project will reduce the running costs of their facilities by improving lighting levels . The project will also reduce electricity costs, greenhouse gas emissions and provide a community education hub displaying a variety of clean lighting technologies.

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Energy Efficiency Information and Mentoring for the Food Industry

Food South Australia Incorporated

Urrbrae, SA

Food South Australia (Food SA) has developed tools and guidance material so that Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the food industry can reduce energy usage and save money.