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Australian government 2012 your home technical manual

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Australian Government 2012, Your Home Technical Manual, Insulation, Available from: < ; 9. Public Utilities Office 2012, Phasing out greenhouse intensive hot water systems, Available from: < ; 10. Parliament of Australia 2012, Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Bill 2012, Available from: < ; 11. Australian Government 2012, Your Home Technical Manual, Lighting, Available from: < ; 12. Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency 2012, Lighting, Available from: < ; 13. Australian Government 2012, Living Greener, Available from: < ; 14. Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency 2010, Survey of Standby Power Use and Lighting Attributes, Available from: < . au/products-themes/standby-power/2010-survey> 15. Sustainable Energy Association 2012, Facts on Solar, Available from: < ; 16. Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency 2012, Solar credits – frequently asked questions, Available from: < initiatives/renewable-target/need-ret/solar-credits-faq.aspx/> 17. US Department of Energy 2012, Energy Savers Booklet, Available from: < ; 18. Australian Government 2012, Green Vehicle Guide, Available from: < ;
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Disclaimer: This booklet is published in good faith. Although SEA endeavours to ensure that the content is accurate and up to date, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made to its accuracy or completeness. Actual energy use and savings from energy efficiency will vary according to one’s tolerance to heat and cold, how often they are at home and what appliances they use. The savings quoted are only an average saving as reported in the published references. Pictures shown are for illustrative purposes only. The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia thanks all SEA members for their support including our sponsoring members acknowledged below:
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Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) SEA promotes the development and adoption of sustainable energy technologies and services that minimise the use of energy through sustainable energy practices and maximise the use of energy from sustainable sources. 48 Lake Street Northbridge WA 6003 GPO Box 2409 Perth WA 6000 E-mail: [email protected] Tel: (08) 9228 1292 Fax: (08) 9228 0597 ABN: 16 549 616 697 Printed using petroleum free inks on 100% recycled paper to international environmental management standard ISO 14001.
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