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Help for low income ACT families to reduce their energy bills

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2:30 pm
June 23, 2011


marea

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The ACT Government is committing $1.3m towards upgrades for energy
efficiency in public housing and community facilities
including:

  • Draught sealing and
    improved insulation for 300 public housing properties;
  • Installation of upgraded,
    more energy efficient hot water systems for 100 public housing properties;
  • Upgrades to energy
    efficient household appliances for short term and crisis accommodation;
  • Installation of
    photovoltaic systems and solar lights at four community facilities, Gordon
    Childcare Centre, Calwell Neighbourhood Centre, Erindale Neighbourhood
    Centre and Pearce Community Centre.

Apparently, this funding boost will supplement $1.8m in energy concessions
for low income households in the ACT provided in the 2010-11 Budget.

 

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