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  • A reasonable cook top will output around 2-3kW which is like having 20-30 people crowded in your house during the heat of summer, not to mention the indoor air pollution associated with cooking inside.There is a solution to all these problems ...

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  • A backyard pool is a major drawcard in summer, your house will certainly be popular amongst your friends and neighbours as things heat up, but what will probably not be popular with you is paying for pool operation and maintenance costs, especially energy costs.

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  • When it comes to home cooling and heating the phrase 'work smart rather than working hard' applies; by that I mean you only want your air conditioning (AC) system to work as hard as is necessary to keep your house comfortable.  The way you 'work smart' is to insulate and shade (in summer) your home, that way your AC unit will have a much easier (and longer) life and the heat or 'coolth' it generates stays in your home (where you want it) instead of leaking outs

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  • The idea of a centralised ducted AC system is attractive in some sense because the ducting can all be hidden away and routed to a centralised AC unit that could in theory by installed on your roof assuming it is possible to install in your house)....

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  • The energy star rating system for air conditioners is a bit of a mystery and over time has been upgraded (with the latest determination happening in 2019) so that what was once a 5 star appliance may now only be a 3 star appliance, the look of the energy star label has also changed. 

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  •    The ACT has just reached its target of 100 per cent (net) renewable electricity, to become only the eighth region in the world to achieve this milestone, according to a recent Australia Institute report. 

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  • The clean energy hypocrisy of the Daniel Andrews’ Victorian Government was on full display this month as he toured the former Ford factory in Geelong to open a wind turbine assembly plant.

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  • Warning: Contains statics.

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  • So you want an energy efficient home and you plan to go all electric to save money but starting this process seems a bit daunting, what is your first step?

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  • Heat pumps have the potential to save Australia at least 127 TWh of energy; this is a staggering amount as Australia only generated a total of 227 TWh of electrical power in 2018.   This 127 TWh figures is divided into 100 TWh of savings from space heating and 27 TWh of savings from hot water heating.

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