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Published May 19, 2016 | By Janet Armstrong
The SECCCA Low Income Energy Efficiency (LIEEP) Energy Saver Study (ESS) has provided its final report to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS). The three-year study has trialled a range of approaches to support 320 low-income households in six of SECCCA’s member councils to improve their energy costs and efficiency, comfort, health and wellbeing.
Seven representatives from the study team recently attended a national LIEEP forum in Adelaide to share their knowledge, experiences and findings with representatives of the 20 studies in the program and DIIS policy advisors to inform future policy and programs. The passion and commitment of this group was palpable and the learnings are sure to be carried forward into their work in the future.
Key learnings from the program were:
For more information including the Final Report Executive Summary and House In Order: How to achieve energy efficiency and performance in your home, go to http://energysaver.seccca.org.au/