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According to the Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Chloe Munro, the Clean Energy Regulator’s first priority will be to “ensure continuity of service for people who are involved with existing regulatory schemes which support business and industry to reduce their carbon emissions”.
Post date: 11 Abr 2012
Type: Noticias

To date, 3,800 schools across Australia have been awarded grants under the National Solar Schools Program. The latest round of applications were assessed on value for money criteria, as well as environmental and educational benefits. Applications from schools located in remote or low socio-economic areas received additional weighting to allow funding to be directed to schools most in need. Applications for the final round of the National Solar Schools Program (2012-13) will open on 13 February, 2012.
Post date: 8 Mar 2012
Type: Noticias

Read the full story 'Empowering Australians to take action on climate change' about the Empower campaign on the Clean Energy Future website: http://www.cleanenergyfuture.gov.au/empowering-australians-to-take-action-on-climate-change/
Post date: 6 Mar 2012
Type: Noticias

The Solar Cities program was launched in 2004 to showcase sustainable energy models that help consumers and retailers to monitor their energy use and use energy more wisely.Trials are being conducted in seven Solar Cities around Australia: Adelaide, Bankstown, Townsville, Central Victoria, Alice Springs, Moreland and Perth (Figure 1). These seven Solar Cities were selected because of their diverse cultural, climatic and lifestyle characteristics. Successful elements of the trials have the potential for replication around Australia.
Post date: 15 Dic 2011
Type: Publication

To assist businesses in moving towards the full roll-out of the program a transition period was in place for the previous 12 months.The disclosure of a full Building Energy Efficiency Certificate (BEEC) is a requirement under the Program. A BEEC is comprised of:A rating under the National Australian Built Environment Rating Scheme (NABERS)A Tenancy Lighting Energy Efficiency Assessment; andGuidance on how the building’s energy efficiency may be improved. 
Post date: 30 Nov 2011
Type: Noticias

The city, among other things is offering A$40,000 ($40,500) in grants to help Sydney-located businesses cut their power bills and carbon emissions by improving the energy efficiency of their offices.  To read the original article, please click here.
Post date: 18 Nov 2011
Type: Noticias

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Post date: 18 Nov 2011
Type: Noticias

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Post date: 21 Sep 2011
Type: Evento

The ‘Call for Abstracts’ is now open and will close on 8 October 2011. To submit your abstract please see the Call for Abstracts page.The ‘Call for Workshop Proposals’ is currently open and will close on 30 September 2011 – click here to find out more
Post date: 21 Sep 2011
Type: Noticias