This two stage project involves upgrading the existing process control hardware and software and the installation of Variable Speed Drives (VSDs) on the two pool circulation pumps at the Manjimup Regional AquaCentre (MRAC)
The Blackall-Tambo Effective Energy Project, will build upon Council's previous investigations and initiatives to improve the energy efficiency of all Council Community buildings and amenities by replacing the pool pumps, installing pool blankets, upgrading lighting systems and air conditioning systems at the Community Halls, recreation centres and cultural facilities.
Frankston City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to install a trigeneration engine, thermal and absorption chiller and microgeneration units at the Frankston Arts Centre in Frankston, Victoria.
A Cogeneration System supplied by ENERG will be installed at Mingara Recreation Club (Tumbi Umbi) to provide onsite gas-fired electricity for use within the Club and thermal energy to provide heating for domestic hot water and swimming pools at the aquatic centre. The system will increase the energy efficiency by 14.7% by generating electricity on-site and utilising waste heat.
City of Sydney was awarded Australian Government funding to install a trigeneration system to produce low-carbon energy to power, heat and cool Sydney Town Hall and its staff offices in Town Hall House, Kent Street, Sydney.
Kingston City Council implemented a project that enabled energy efficient upgrades of the Kingston Arts Precinct located in Moorabbin, Victoria. This included upgrading the existing heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system servicing the Kingston City Hall; installing 600 LED lights to the Arts Centre and City Hall; and double glazing windows at the City Hall.
Bankstown City Council was awarded Australian Government funding to upgrade existing lighting to energy efficient LED lighting in three multi-level carparks. This was the first time Council had installed LED lighting across an entire site.
This project proposes to replace the existing electrically driven heat pumpsin the aquatic centre with a cogeneration system to improve energy efficiency and reduce annual energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions
The Community Living & Respite Services has obtained funding to retrofit their commercial and community based buildings by replacing their current fluorescent lights and fittings with LED panels and fittings.
The project will benefit the community by reducing its energy consumption and educate its service users and the community about energy efficiency and its benefits.
North Sydney Council received Australian Government Funding to make energy efficiency improvements across the Council’s largest and busiest sites – North Sydney Olympic Pool, Stanton Library, Council Chambers, Council Depot at North Sydney, New South Wales.
Corangamite Shire in Camperdown, Victoria was awarded Australian Government funding to undertake energy efficiency activities at the Camperdown Community Centre and the depot for the Council’s works department, the Camperdown Depot.
The Moreton Bay Regional Council was awarded government funding in order to upgrade lighting, air conditioning motors and Building Management Systems at prominent council buildings and community facilities.
City of Stirling was awarded Australian Government funding for the Kill a Watt Program. The Program included energy efficiency upgrades to serveral facilities, including the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre, Works Depot, Leisurepark Balga and the Mirrabooka Library as well as delivery of community energy efficiency education programs.