For ATA members in the Melbourne area and surrounds.
ATA Melbourne branch meeting - Victorian Energy Upgrades and Residential Energy Scorecard – Cash incentivesOctober 18, 2017 at 7:00 pm
When: Wednesday 18 October 2017, Arrive at 6.45pm for 7:00pm.
Where: Room 6, Level 4, Building 80 'Swanston Academic Building', RMIT, 445 Swanston St, Melbourne CBD.
Note the change of location.
How to get there: We would recommend travelling to this meeting via public transport:
Train to Melbourne Central Station and then walk around the corner to Building 80 (map).
Short tram trip from Flinders St Station: Catch any tram heading north on Swanston St from Flinders St Station (ie. Tram routes: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67, 72). Hop off at Stop 7.
Maps: You can find a Google map here, a campus map here and a mobility/access map here. (You can read more about the award-winning 'Building 80' here.)
Cost: Free. A gold coin donation would be appreciated.
Presenters: Andrew Rothberg and Deanne Labbett
Victorian Energy Upgrades (established under the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target Act 2007) provides financial incentives to Victorian households and businesses for energy saving upgrades. Andrew will provide an update about recent changes to the program, and will explain how households and businesses can participate to receive an upgrade. He will also explain how businesses can participate to deliver energy saving upgrades under the program.
The Victorian Residential Efficiency Scorecard, or the Scorecard for short, is an Australian-first home energy rating program. The Scorecard gives you a star rating for your home, in the same way as a fridge or washing machine can get a star rating. The star rating represents the running cost of the fixed appliances in your home. You can use it as a guide to make home improvements efficiently and cost effectively. Deanne will provide an overview of how people can participate to have a Scorecard assessment, or become an assessor.
Andrew Rothberg is a Senior Policy Officer at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning where he works on the Victorian Energy Upgrades program. He has worked on energy efficiency and renewable energy projects for nearly a decade, across local and state government and the not for profit sector. His focus has been on developing programs and models to accelerate the uptake of energy efficiency and clean energy across Victoria.
Deanne Labbett works in the Scorecard team at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. She has extensive knowledge in the thermal performance of buildings, particularly for residential buildings and works in both the administration of the Scorecard program, as well as the technical side - understanding and developing the Scorecard webtool.
Please feel free to invite friends and colleagues; our meetings are open to members and guests. We look forward to seeing you there!
Regards, Chris Moss and the committee,
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