When:
December 3, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2019-12-03T18:30:00+11:00
2019-12-03T20:30:00+11:00
Where:
Camberwell Community Centre (Chambly House)
405 Camberwell Rd
Camberwell, 3124
VIC
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Imogen Butler: BZE Executive Assistant

Beyond Zero Emissions invites you to a free Energy Freedom Home workshop. These Workshops will be practical sessions to give Melbourne residents, including people who rent, the confidence and knowledge to upgrade houses following the Energy Freedom Home nine-step roadmap. They will show the most affordable practical steps to lower heating and cooling energy costs in homes.

There will be 4 workshops, each in a different location and presenting the same information on 29 Nov, 2 Dec, 3 Dec and 5 Dec.

Beyond Zero Emissions developed the Energy Freedom Home guidebook to help households wipe out energy costs and have a more comfortable home. The book has nine steps to make a home more energy-efficient. Energy Freedom is a powerful approach to thinking about your home. If you follow the nine steps, your home can produce more energy than it consumes. Taking any of the nine steps will give you a more comfortable home, for a lower ongoing cost.

People living in public and social housing are more vulnerable to increases in gas and electricity bills. They are also more vulnerable to extreme temperatures – because they may not have air conditioning, or they may not turn their heater on because of the cost. This is why this workshop will cover what tenants can do.

Contact details: See Eventbrite booking

BEYOND ZERO EMISSIONS

Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) is an internationally recognised climate change think tank, providing independent and ambitious climate change solutions for Australia.

Our flagship research shows how all sectors of the Australian economy can decarbonise, repower and benefit from the transition to zero emissions. These Zero Carbon Australia plans cover renewable energy and electricity; energy efficient buildings; sustainable transport; agriculture, farming and land use; and industry.

Through volunteer-powered research we show that a thriving, zero emissions society is achievable and affordable now, and that Australia can become a renewable energy superpower.