City of Melbourne announces energy rebates for property owners
The Urban Developer
May 20, 2014
Studies show that mid to high rise apartments consume 25% more energy than detached dwellings and almost half the energy is attributed to common areas including foyers, corridors, pools, gyms and car parks. Other measures can be implemented under the Smart Blocks program include better Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system controls, central hot water upgrades and sensors for ventilation units in car parks.
In addition to rebates, the Smart Blocks program provides an interactive online toolkit to help managers audit their buildings and develop energy saving strategies.
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