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The Living Building: The Concourse Trigeneration Project

Willoughby City Council

CHATSWOOD, NSW

Willoughby City Council received Australian Government funding to conduct a review of planned tri-generation project at ‘The Concourse’ a performing arts centre in Chatswood, New South Wales. Following this review they concluded that the project risks were too great to proceed and the project was terminated.

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The project is to upgrade lighting to the latest LED fittings in 3 of Council's owned buildings - Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Visitor Information Centre and the first floor of the Council Administration Building

Broken Hill City Council

BROKEN HILL, NSW

Council will replace current lighting with LED lighting options to significantly reduce the consumption of power for the lighting requirements of the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Visitor Information Centre and the first floor of the Council Administration Building. Staff awareness will be increased by the introduction of a staff behaviour change program. The ability of Council to fund future works will be increased through the introduction of a Sustainability Fund.

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The replacement of an existing water-cooled chiller with an energy efficient air-cooled chiller at the Alice Springs Town Council Civic Centre

Alice Springs Town Council

ALICE SPRINGS, NT

The Alice Springs Town Council received Australian Government funding to upgrade the air conditioning system at the Alice Springs Town Council Civic Centre in the Northern Territory

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The upgrade and installation of energy efficient technologies including indoor lighting and HVAC systems accoss four Aged Care Facilities

Southern Cross Care (WA) Inc

RIVERDALE, WA

This project aims to improve the efficiency of the energy usage across various buildings and sites.

This will involve the replacement of light fittings and lamps and the instillation of energy saving units to air-conditioning compressors. The expected outcomes will be a significant reduction in energy consumption with environmental benefits, lower maintenance and energy costs.

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The upgrades and energy efficient technologies include HVAC and lighting systems at the Northcott Centre

The Northcott Society

NORTH PARRAMATTA, NSW

The Northcott Society received Australian Government funding to upgrade HVAC and lighting systems at the Northcott Centre, Parramatta, New South Wales.

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Thermal efficiency upgrades at community leisure centres, community libraries and senior citizen centre

Moreland City Council

COBURG, VIC

Moreland City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to provide energy efficiency upgrades at the Fawkner Senior Citizens Centre, Fawkner Library, Fawkner Precinct Leisure Centre, Coburg Leisure Centre, and Brunswick Town Hall in Victoria.

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Tools and Information to Help Apartment Owners and Managers to Reduce Energy Usage in Apartment Buildings

Strata Community Australia Limited

Shailer Park, QLD

Strata Community Australia Limited (Strata) has developed tools and guidance materials to help owners and managers to improve the energy efficiency of common property in apartment buildings.

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TriGeneration and Electric Duct Heating Retrofit

Maitland City Bowls Sports and Recreation Club

RUTHERFORD, NSW

Maitland City Bowls and Recreational Club was awarded Australian Government funding to install a trigeneration system to provide heating and cooling at their club facility in Rutherford, New South Wales.

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Upgrade air conditioning and lighting and trial heat reflective paint at the Corporate Administration Centre and CBD Office

Lismore City Council

GOONELLABAH, NSW

Lismore City Council received Australian Government funding to upgrade two council owned buildings, the Corporate Administration Centre in Goonellabah and the CBD Customer Service Centre in Lismore, New South Wales.

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Upgrade existing street lighting with energy efficient lighting in residential streets

Baw Baw Shire Council

WARRAGUL, VIC

The Baw Baw Shire Council was awarded Australian Government funding to replace 2,606 old street lights with energy efficient LEDs in the Baw Baw Shire in Victoria.

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Upgrade existing street lighting with energy efficient T5 lamps across the Yarra Ranges Shire

Yarra Ranges Shire Council

RICHMOND, VIC

This project aims to deliver street lighting upgrades from 80W mercury vapour to T5 technology on 722 street lights. These will be located in the areas of Yarra Junction, Warburton and Healesville. The project also aims to refer residents to an energy efficiency program based on the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target scheme.

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Upgrade Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning units and lighting in seven community facilities

Holroyd City Council

MERRYLANDS, NSW

The energy Smart Cities & Homes Project will increase the energy efficiency of seven Holroyd City Council assets, with a high public patronage, through lighting or Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) upgrades. These upgrades will be followed up with a multi faceted Communications Plan detailing the energy savings, greenhouse gas reductions and amenity improvements associated with the works.

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Upgrade HVAC system and run community engagement to drive energy efficiency improvements

Clarence Valley Council

GRAFTON, NSW

Clarence Valley Council received Australian Government funding to upgrade HVAC systems at the Grafton Civic Centre and Administration Office, Grafton New South Wales.

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Upgrade lighting and HVAC, and install energy sub-metering at the Peter Yorke Clinical Services Building, operating theatre and car parking areas at the John James Hospital

The John James Memorial Foundation Ltd

DEAKIN, ACT

This project includes external and internal lighting upgrades, HVAC efficiency upgrades and energy sub-metering at the John James Healthcare Campus.

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Upgrade of the Alfred Deakin Centre by installing a Bauer air-conditioning control system in the pool hall; sauna set back and timer controls; solar preheating on outdoor pools and lighting upgrades

Mildura Rural City Council

MILDURA, VIC

Using Australian Government funding, the Mildura Rural City Council were able to upgrade the Alfred Deakin Centre by installing a Bauer air-conditioning control system in the pool hall; sauna set back and timer controls; solar preheating on outdoor pools and lighting upgrades.

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Upgrade of the Art Gallery Lighting to new Energy Efficient LED Luminaries

Tamworth Regional Council

TAMWORTH, NSW

Tamworth Regional Council received Australian Government funding to upgrade the lighting at Tamworth Regional Gallery, Peel Street, Tamworth.

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Upgrade of the heating and cooling systems at the Bankstown District Sports Club

Bankstown District Sports Club Ltd

BANKSTOWN, NSW

Bankstown District Sports Club received Australian Government funding to modify Air Handling Units (AHU) with Rotary Heat Exchangers (REX), install Variable Speed Drives (VSD) on the AHU, repair carpark ventilation controls, install sub metering and re-commission the Building Management System (BMS) at the main club building, Bankstown, New South Wales.

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Upgrade the Building Management system including lighting and other energy efficiency upgrades at the Civic Centre Complex

City of Charles Sturt

WOODVILLE, SA

This project will see the Civic Centre Complex become the backdrop to engage the community to save energy in their own homes. A high profile Short Circuit Film Competition will be launched to develop a platform to promote energy efficiency.

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Upgrade to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system in a community-use building

Ross House Association (RHA)

MELBOURNE, VIC

The Ross House Association received Australian Government funding to install a new energy efficient heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system in the Ross House building at Flinders Lane, Melbourne.

The Association also distributed an information guide (Greening Ross House: Your Tenancy Guide) to inform the wider community and their tenants about ways to reduce their energy usage.

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Upgrades at two aquatic centres including cogeneration, lighting, pool blankets, fan upgrades, building and ventilation control systems

City of Darebin

PRESTON, VIC

Darebin City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to conduct energy efficiency upgrades at the Northcote Aquatic and Recreation Centre in Northcote, Victoria and the Reservoir Leisure Centre in Reservoir, Victoria.