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March 1, 2017Read more
Earth Hour ‘filip’ for eastern suburbs Councils
Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra Councils are banding together to support the 10-year celebration of Earth Hour this year.
Originating in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour has of course mushroomed into an international reminder of actions we can all take to protect ...
Dec. 23, 2016Read more
Scientists are unanimous on the state of crisis our planet is in. Global carbon dioxide rates – the gas responsible for global warming –reached an all-time high in September, and is expected to get even worse in the coming months. Water levels are rising at a pace that will ...
Aug. 18, 2016Read more
When the Beatles sang ‘here comes the sun, and it’s alright’, they weren’t wrong. Neither are the 1.5 million sun-powered households across Australia which are sourcing carbon-free energy and enjoying shrunken electricity bills as a result. It’s not surprising that the Sunshine State of ...
April 2, 2016Read more
Randwick's Earth Hour Picnic and Food Market 2016 was a tasty and musical success
AS THE SUN SET over the long low horizon beyond Randwick the lights came on, the crowd gathered, the food stalls started frying and brewing and the wind turbine and solar panels at ...
April 9, 2015Read more
There’s a lot to love about apartment living - you don’t have to worry about mowing the lawn and if you’re lucky, you have access to a pool and garden. Better yet, you may even have a beaut view.
The downside for owners can be the ...
Nov. 7, 2014Read more
Summer is almost here; the days are getting hotter and it's tempting to work the air-con systems at full blast. Yet you may sweat more over higher electricity bills, if you're not careful.
Here are three helpful hints to keep the heat at bay without the ...
March 24, 2014Read more
Earth Hour is on our doorstep at the end of this month. So, time to stock up on candles and gather your loved ones for a picnic and some dancing in the dark in the name of Mother Nature.
For those 'out-of-the-know', Earth Hour is not a deep ...
March 28, 2012Read more
With the recent increase in electricity costs, I have been trying to find ways to keep the bills down. I live with my husband and two kids in a rented two-bedroom unit with no gas connection.
We have an electric kitchen stove and an electric water heater, which ...
Jan. 23, 2012Read more
So, you already do everything you can to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions, right?
Perhaps most of your friends do too, but have you stopped to think that most of those actions are largely invisible to the wider public? How many people would know if you take short ...
July 18, 2011Read more
Building a house offers a great opportunity to make things better than what we had experienced living in Australia over the last 15 years. After all the cold and draughty winters in shockingly insulated homes and hot and sweaty summers in badly ventilated and insulated flats and houses ...
We’re celebrating 10 years of making every hour Earth Hour in Randwick City!
You can ‘WIN an Earth Hour Dinner on Us’ and dine by candlelight at your favourite local restaurant; find out the latest on solar + battery systems with our expert solar information talk and speed ...
Join us for an informative afternoon focusing on solar and battery storage.
- Cost: FREE EVENT
- Bookings Essential: http://sdse.ata.org.au/sdse_event/randwick-earth-hour/
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- Contact: Helen Morrison on 9093 6223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Waverley Council is making solar ‘second nature’ on 12 buildings. This includes five recent installations at Margaret Whitlam Centre, Tamarama Kiosk, Mill Hill Early Education Centre, Marks Park Amenities and the Waverley Library. These systems will produce clean green electricity equivalent to powering 42 NSW homes and cut ...
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Want to save money on your Energy Bills?
Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra Councils have come together to launch an exciting new program called the 10% Challenge and we’re inviting you to take part.
We are aiming to get households in our region to reduce their energy use ...