At Bendigo’s Indulge Fine Belgian Chocolates, energy efficiency improvements began with behaviour change: at night, all lights are switched and electric hot water is unplugged.
Keech Australia has been designing and manufacturing high integrity steel castings for almost 80 years.
Townsville’s Kath and Kin Association provides opportunities for people with psychiatric and physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and people with disabilities.
At Goldfields Revegetation, a specialised plant nursery in Victoria’s Mandurang, the owners had a goal of reducing the company’s energy consumption by 30%.
Mercy Services provides in home and community support to various sectors of the community.
Newcastle French Hot Bread, a busy bakery and café in Newcastle in NSW, used an action plan to gradually implement the improvements suggested by a local energy assessor.
At Rose Gum Wilderness retreat in Queensland a number of energy efficiency improvements have been made.
The St Ambrose Church (and its two attached houses) has been part of the Brunswick community for over 140 years.
The owners of the Chocolate Lily Sustainable Stays B&B in Sedgwick wanted to incorporate as many energy efficiency practices as possible into their property.