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  • Fact sheets and brochures
    26 May 2010

    Whether you're choosing a new hot water system or using the one you already have, there are some easy ways to reduce your energy use without compromising on convenience.

    About 30% of an average household's energy use goes on water heating, but you may be using more energy than you need to get the hot water you want.

    Cutting out the hot water waste and choosing an efficient new system will lower your energy bills and your carbon footprint. It will also make sure more of our country's resources are left for generations to come.

  • Fact sheets and brochures
    29 January 2010

    There's no better time to think about energy efficiency than when you're building or
    renovating. It is when you can go back to the drawing board to really incorporate energy
    efficiency into your design.

    For little or no extra cost, you can create a home that's warmer, more comfortable and more
    cost-effective to run for years to come - and you don't have to compromise on style to do it.

    Designing for energy efficiency also means your home will use less of the world's energy
    resources, so you'll leave a better legacy for generations to come.

  • Fact sheets and brochures
    8 June 2010

    Are you in the market for a new home? Whether you're buying or renting, it's worth considering how warm and cheap to run a home will be, before you commit to it.

    Use this handy checklist to give you an indication if a home you're looking at is likely to be an energy-guzzling icebox or a warm, comfortable, energy efficient haven.

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