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Policy and Advocacy
Renew has released a report detailing price rises in home energy across all capital cities between 2022 – 2024, showing that home connected to gas will be hit the hardest.
This report clearly shows that homes using gas will see the highest increase in home energy costs, with those using gas for heating, cooking and hot water facing bill increases of up to $1900 over the next two years. All electric homes are shown to be much much more resilient to the changes, with an average household in Melbourne projected to save more than $2700 a year by switching from gas to all-electric by 2024.
Renew is looking for an experienced Event & Marketing Coordinator to plan, promote and deliver Renew’s flagship annual event, Sustainable House Day in March/April 2024 & other events held throughout the year.
Under Clause 11(1) of the Constitution, the Alternative Technology Association Incorporated (trading as Renew Australia) hereby gives notice that the 2022 Annual General Meeting of the members will be held on Tuesday 22 November, 2022.
An alliance of more than 100 property, community, health and environmental organisations has today issued a forceful call to the country’s Building Ministers to lift the energy efficiency of new homes built in Australia.
Renew’s policy and advocacy manager Rob McLeod and sustainability researcher Rachel Goldlust explain the government policies helping make the transition off gas possible, and outline what’s still needed to get everyone over the line.