At a time when everything is traditionally (and sometimes literally) lit up like a Christmas tree, we want to ensure you don't get a shock when you get your next energy bill after Christmas. So as an early gift to you, we have put together a short list of some easy energy saving tips you can use over Christmas. These will help reduce your energy consumption and lower any festive bills.
Keeping the house running can be an expensive business and it's estimated that, in south east Queensland at least 25% overspend on energy. This can be for a range of reasons, from being on a tariff not suited to your usage to simply using too much.
When most of us think about pollution, we think about smoke and smog outside – but in reality, indoor pollution can be much worse. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency has said that air inside homes can be up to five times more polluted than outside air. This is a problem as most Australians spend around 90% of their time inside, which means that they could be exposing themselves to dangerous toxins on a daily basis.
Do you wish your energy bills were lower? Utilities have never been more expensive in Australia than they are today. Fortunately, there are a number of low- or no-cost steps you can take to save money and help the planet.
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If you're as inspired as we are about Sustainable House Day 2015 on the 13th September, you'll no doubt want to improve your own homes sustainability. See our top five tips to improving your homes sustainability without breaking the bank!
There are lots of things to consider when taking the plunge into the world of renewable energy. To keep things simple, we've created a very brief list of three things you should be considering when making the change to solar power, whether at home or at your business premises. Read these three considerations here.
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