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VACC Launches Automotive Industry Energy Efficiency Information Project

With the financial support of the Federal Government, VACC, the peak automotive body in Victoria and Tasmania will roll out from October 2012, the Automotive Energy Efficiency Information Project. Designed to identify and promote energy efficiency practices and resources, practical information for the industry to reduce costs and adopt energy efficiencies will be distributed over the two year program... click here to read more.

 

Victorian Energy Efficiency Target Scheme

The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) scheme is a Victorian Government initiative promoted as the Energy Saver Incentive. The scheme first commenced on 1 January 2009 to households and later extended to businesses. Under the scheme, accredited businesses can offer discounts on selected energy saving products and appliances that will reduce greenhouse gases... click here to read more.

 

Simple ways to save money whilst also saving the environment

Ofren reducing your environmental footprint is also a great way to save money when it comes to electricity bills. The first and easiest way to save money through energy efficiency is to change your everyday behaviour at work...click here to read more.

 

VACC to Kick Start Seminar on Energy Efficiency in Victoria and Tasmania

VACC will launch its energy efficiency seminars on February 2014 as part of the federally funded Automotive Industry Energy Efficiency Information Project. The seminar series will be hosted throughout metropolitan and regional areas of Victoria and Tasmania over the next six months, with the first to be held at VACC House in Melbourne...[click here to read more]